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  • He calls Malvina a beam of light, and G () n'tinue$ the metaphor throughout the paragraph* the A P b E M. ipif the meteor of fire!

    The Poems of Ossian

  • Notice how the Field Museum in Chicago has mistreated ever since the signal year of 1968 one of its great collections, the 104 lifesize bronze and marble sculptures by Malvina Hoffman, perhaps the greatest woman sculptor in American history, that make up the Races of Mankind collection debuted in 1930.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Sudanese Recruits

  • And he has a hot blue-haired daughter, Malvina, who Buratino naturally falls in love with at first sight.

    Fantastic Fest – Buratino, Son of Pinnochio « Geek Related

  • “We Hate to See Them Go:” a song written in the 60s by Malvina Reynolds (who also wrote “Little Boxes,” covered by … everybody, as the theme for “Weeds”).

    What do pagan military personnel want? « Dating Jesus

  • Then Malvina shakes her head as though to shake off dark thoughts.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • They are a married couple, Roman and Malvina, both doctors.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • They are a married couple, Roman and Malvina, both doctors.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Roman is big and language-deaf; his mouth does not want to contort to form alien sounds, and he lets Malvina speak for both of them.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • Roman is big and language-deaf; his mouth does not want to contort to form alien sounds, and he lets Malvina speak for both of them.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • I wonder whether Malvina and her husband will miss this place with that intense nostalgia Aunt Mila insists was scratching inside the souls of our émigré literary classics.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

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