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  • I saw the slight slump of his shoulders that accompanied his bent head, his black Oriole's cap shielding his eyes.

    Bedtime Story

  • I don't have a problem with that as there are more reasons to be a Yankees fan than not, I have A-Rod on my fantasy team, am a huge Derek Jeter fan and look hella good in pinstripes if I do say so myself though wearing one of those classic Oriole's hats would also be cool.

    The thoughts of an unfocused mind

  • I don't have a problem with that as there are more reasons to be a Yankees fan than not, I have A-Rod on my fantasy team, am a huge Derek Jeter fan and look hella good in pinstripes if I do say so myself though wearing one of those classic Oriole's hats would also be cool.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • And he went out by the big elm and stood under the Oriole's nest.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • "You once found me useful enough to fetch and carry, and amusing when I walked the Oriole's bowsprit," I replied ruefully.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • "You once found me useful enough to fetch and carry, and amusing when I walked the Oriole's bowsprit," I replied ruefully.

    Richard Carvel — Volume 02

  • "You once found me useful enough to fetch and carry, and amusing when I walked the Oriole's bowsprit," I replied ruefully.

    Richard Carvel — Complete

  • However, on account of the life of blackmail and slavery now led by the members of the old régime, the _Oriole's_ extinction was far less painful to Herbert than his father supposed; and the latter wasted a great deal of severity, insisting that the printing-press should be returned that very night to Uncle Joseph.

    Gentle Julia

  • The little Oesedah came to my aid by saying: "Wait until Ohiyesa tells of the loveliness of the beautiful Oriole's home!"

    Indian Boyhood

  • Some hidden among the low branches of the spruces, where the robins had invited them; some still chatting in the bushes, with the jays; the Spanish Doll swinging in the Oriole's nest, way up in the elm.

    The Junior Classics — Volume 6 Old-Fashioned Tales

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