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  • "Scandalizing, and no less," was his comment when he heard there were not.

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  • Name of God, Scandalizing the Heathen, hardning of Enemies; and as a Natural effect thereof, to the great Increase of Atheism.

    "More Wonders of the Invisible World," by Robert Calef, 1700 ; from Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706

  • Back in the mid-1980s, Kopyto was found guilty of an antiquated form of contempt law -- Scandalizing the Court -- and ordered to apologize for a statement to a Globe and Mail reporter suggesting court bias for protecting the police.

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  • And speaking of Scandalizing the Ton (do I talk about anything else these days?), our sometimes commenter here, the lovely Mallory Pickerloy, went on a search for Scandalizing the Ton at her local Wallmart and she took photos.

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  • So, I thought you might be interested in the legalities that formed the basis of Scandalizing the Ton.

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  • In Scandalizing the Ton, however, Adrian's father has just inherited a title from an uncle and becomes the Earl of Varcourt.

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  • Scandalizing the Ton is available now from eHarlequin and will be in bookstores in October.

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  • Send us an email by Oct 20 at riskies@yahoo. com with your name and address and your signed copy of Scandalizing the Ton will be on its way!

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  • In Scandalizing the Ton, my heroine, Lydia, does use Adrian's first name soon after their meeting.

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  • In Baltimore we stopped by the Barnes & Noble at the Inner Harbor and found Scandalizing the Ton.

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