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  • "Pearline," she said hastily, "turn the dish-pan over the roast beef and cache the oranges.

    The Lady Doc

  • "There's a reason for what I did, what I said," Pearline Noble responded.

    For Defense, Offense Is Tactical Art

  • Pearline Williams , senior court clerk at the Manhattan Criminal Courts Building, said she was working in a fifth-floor jury room eating lunch when the room began shaking.

    Region Shaken, Unhurt

  • The unit is in the Pearline Soap Factory, a red-brick condominium with arched windows on 414 Washington St. near the Hudson River, designed to echo nearby 19th-century loft buildings.

    Condo Goes Around for Timberlake

  • Mr. Timberlake was the second buyer to close at the Pearline Soap factory, a small building with only seven full-floor apartments, according to figures compiled by

    Condo Goes Around for Timberlake

  • Peter Daniel and Pearline are a young couple working in a private hospital.

    Models of Tentmakers in India

  • She died surrounded by Annette de la Renta, Chris Ely, and her nurses, Minnette, Pearline, and Michelle.

    The Battle for Mrs. Astor

  • She orders Pears 'soap, White Label Soup, Pearline, Walter Baker's cocoa, and Knox's Gelatine, because she knows and remembers the names, and does not realize that she has chosen in every instance an article made familiar to her, perhaps, by advertising only.

    The Joy of Advertising

  • Mrs. "Hank" Terriberry, while his no less gifted wife swayed in the arms of the local barber, and his two lovely daughters, "Pearline" and

    The Lady Doc

  • Pearline and Planchette Starr no longer laid their arms about her shoulders and there was constraint in the voices of the younger sisters,

    The Lady Doc


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