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  • But really, instead of making the sign of the cross and hissing at Prissy's face, we should bow down to her perfect eyebrow game.

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  • Foghorn just got sucked into entertainng the kid while trying to get into Prissy's good graces (and more importantly, her house, which was a lot warmer than Foghorns 'shack, and the weather was getting cold.)

    Boing Boing: September 18, 2005 - September 24, 2005 Archives

  • She kissed the soul stone repeatedly, then pressed it to Prissy's forehead and begged for God to let her and the girl join, as she had done with Abbess Delenia.

    Mortalis

  • She kissed the soul stone repeatedly, then pressed it to Prissy's forehead and begged for God to let her and the girl join, as she had done with Abbess Delenia.

    Mortalis

  • "I may have ruined Miss Prissy's day by strolling past her on the street, perhaps, but other than that I haven't done a thing."

    Memoirs of a Geisha

  • Whatever it was called, it was a good meal, cold chicken and a tomato, with bread and butter and one of Prissy's peaches.

    Rose cottage

  • Whatever it was called, it was a good meal, cold chicken and a tomato, with bread and butter and one of Prissy's peaches.

    Rose cottage

  • My results were rather better than Prissy's, a fact which she accepted with cheerful indifference: she had never had any ambitions beyond marriage and a family, and in fact, after leaving school, she only put in a year with me at a teachers 'training college in Durham before marrying a young officer whom she met on holiday, and relinquishing her college place without regret.

    Rose cottage

  • It looked, in fact, exactly the same as it had in his predecessor's time, save that Prissy's father had been to Cambridge, and there had been an oar hung above one of the bookcases.

    Rose cottage

  • My results were rather better than Prissy's, a fact which she accepted with cheerful indifference: she had never had any ambitions beyond marriage and a family, and in fact, after leaving school, she only put in a year with me at a teachers 'training college in Durham before marrying a young officer whom she met on holiday, and relinquishing her college place without regret.

    Rose cottage

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