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Miss Loriner wanted a small fan, and searching the hand-bag which she had brought, first looked puzzled, and then became enlightened.
Loriner became united; were Gertie to send a small white box containing sugared cake after, the newspapers announced this fashionable wedding, the effect of the gift would be marred.
Miss Loriner accompanied her to make investigations, and, switching on the electric light, pointed out that the maid had unpacked the bag -- the articles were on the dressing-table, and hanging up in the wardrobe.
"Miss Loriner," he said to Gertie, with signs of reluctance.
For the change from - n to - m we may compare Lorimer for Loriner, a bridle-maker, belonging ultimately to Lat. lorum, "the reyne of a brydle" (Cooper).
a car waiting, "he went on, addressing Miss Loriner;" could you manage to come now?