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  • A French name is always right for a poodle; it’s pretty; I bet you don’t know anyone called Mathilde already do you?

    What is My Name? « educating alice

  • Its not as deep as I would have thought, said the sister called Mathilde.

    The Night Dance

  • It was from sheer amazement that his tears ceased to flow -- amazement and lack of breath -- for the beautiful lady sprang up and seized him in her arms, and called Mathilde, who eventually brought a white and gold box.

    A Modern Chronicle — Complete

  • It was from sheer amazement that his tears ceased to flow -- amazement and lack of breath -- for the beautiful lady sprang up and seized him in her arms, and called Mathilde, who eventually brought a white and gold box.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • It was from sheer amazement that his tears ceased to flow -- amazement and lack of breath -- for the beautiful lady sprang up and seized him in her arms, and called Mathilde, who eventually brought a white and gold box.

    A Modern Chronicle — Volume 06

  • Before this flyby, the largest asteroid encountered by a spacecraft was Mathilde, which is

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  • "Mathilde," he said, "there's a well-known business axiom, not to try to get things on paper too early."

    The Happiest Time of Their Lives

  • "Mathilde," he repeated in a lower tone, and his eyes shone extraordinarily.

    The Happiest Time of Their Lives

  • "Mathilde," he said, "it's far and sudden, and we shall be poor, and I can't promise that I shall succeed more than other fellows; and yet against all that --"

    The Happiest Time of Their Lives

  • "Mathilde," -- Wayne spoke very gently, -- "don't you think you could stop crying?"

    The Happiest Time of Their Lives

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