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  • When he was happy, he called her Thorny or some other silly name.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • When he was happy, he called her Thorny or some other silly name.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • Bad luck if a stray baseball or frisbee lands in there while the offspring of offspring are playing in the driveway, he is not called Thorny for nothing.

    May Bloom Day 2009 « Fairegarden

  • Good old Rosa ‘Grootendorst Supreme’, also known as Thorny is blooming happily.

    August Clues « Fairegarden

  • And as it would not suit him to walk far inland, he has arranged for the interview at a poor little place called the Thorny Wick, or the Stubby Wick, or something of that sort.

    Mary Anerley

  • And as it would not suit him to walk far inland, he has arranged for the interview at a poor little place called the Thorny

    Mary Anerley : a Yorkshire Tale

  • Instead, think about a course called the Thorny Lea Golf Club on the west side of Brockton, a place unlike any other.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • I received a call today from someone who would like to extend a public thank you to none other than Jeff "Thorny".

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  • Finally the Bergenholm was done;. by dint of what improvisation, substitutions and artifice only "Thorny" Thorndyke ever knew; at what strain and cost was evidenced by the gaunt bodies and haggard faces of his overworked and under-slept crew.

    Children of the Lens

  • If anything could be built, "Thorny" Thorndyke could build it.

    Children of the Lens

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