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  • Mr. Tilly's experiences provide a clue as to how both statements could be true.

    Banker Darts Around Loan Gridlock

  • Full half a thousand of them to celebrate Tilly's wedding, and never a white man in a score of miles.

    SIWASH

  • Tilly's great grandmother, now in her late 80s, is headed off to the UK to party on with her 90 year old sister.

    Jean's Knitting

  • "We can do without a photographer," I suggest, in the light of Tilly's comment about my tummy.

    A new mum again … at 48!

  • The showis being filmed, and I don't want Flora to ruin Tilly's appearance by making a noise.

    A new mum again ... at 48!

  • The book's scheme folds past and present together with Atkinson's customary flair, while in Tilly's mind the two coalesce, her memories running into the present like ink.

    Started Early, Took My Dog by Kate Atkinson

  • Another current best seller about the last presidential campaign, "Game Change," contains scenes relating to the McCain ménage that would curl Aunt Tilly's toes.

    What Were They Thinking?

  •     Anyway, I sent away the sample of Tilly's fur and a cheque for 2,000 dollars, the other 2,000 to be paid on delivery.

    Purple Patch

  • For sentimental reasons, I had snipped off a bit of Tilly's beautiful fur on her death bed.

    Purple Patch

  • He grumps about Max getting to play with Tilly's cantaloupe melons.

    The Misogynist by Piers Paul Read

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