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  • Quaintly charming story of two pretty sisters who walk about pretty gardens in pretty frocks, and fall in love with handsome men who stand about in handsome libraries wearing handsome frock-coats and looking handsome.

    Shite, Camera, Action

  • Quaintly charming story of two pretty sisters who walk about pretty gardens in pretty frocks, and fall in love with handsome men who stand about in handsome libraries wearing handsome frock-coats and looking handsome.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Quaintly and slowly oxen under yoke were used on the streets to haul the farmers 'grain to the large public square, where, under the scorching sun the farmer and his helpers toiled with hand flailers, thrashing the grain.

    The Delta of the Triple Elevens The History of Battery D, 311th Field Artillery US Army, American Expeditionary Forces

  • Quaintly the child lifted herself on her toes -- Truedale was half kneeling before her -- and gave him a lingering kiss.

    The Man Thou Gavest

  • Quaintly and gorgeously embroidered silken draperies were festooned with graceful effect.

    Lady Rosamond's Secret A Romance of Fredericton

  • Quaintly yet from lips forgetful of lips that have kissed them:

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 61, November, 1862

  • Quaintly, with the effect of a picture cast by a cinematograph in a darkened auditorium, there leaped upon Maitland's field of vision the picture of Anisty standing at bay, face drawn and tense, lips curled back, eyes lurid with defiance and despair.

    The Brass Bowl

  • Quaintly costumed people strolled along both sides of the stream, and a funny tower rose at the further end of the bridge.

    Polly's Business Venture

  • Quaintly Australian are the following details of Kurnai courtship given by Howitt:

    Primitive Love and Love-Stories

  • Quaintly and sweetly and with wondrous clearness it began an old, old song I first heard long ago.

    The Singing Mouse Stories

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