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  • It was Sunday so he and the Mrs. rode their horse carraige to church and received healing words.

    Day One of Eventually Discarded NaNoWriMo Writing Attempt

  • It looks like my brother was happily playing with my beaten up baby carraige, until a battle for possession ensued, which I seem to have won.

    Whatever He Says

  • Then he came upon a carraige which was absolutely empty except for a sign which read "Reserved for Reading Psychiatric Hospital".

    Just Denis Joke

  • Maybe it's because I still put him in bonnets, plop him in an abandoned baby carraige, and push him around my house like the proud mother of an overweight, fur-covered newborn.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • The song that he sings is slightly off key, but he does not miss a single word, even as his mother pulls his small hand into the train carraige after her.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • But no one could see them with the carraige hood raised.

    My Seduction

  • Orkney mine when a locomotive fell down the shaft on to a man carraige.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Rather than waiting to buy a new refrigerator or baby carraige, retailers "are making it easy to get these things, right now when you need them."

    The Advertising of Installment Plans During the 1920s

  • Mary Knode George Ks daughter came home with us in the carraige roads very rough. hard frozen C.K. remained at home not being able to wear her shoe owing to a bad corn on the toe Ned in the Boat very very little done the day stormy no travel

    Ferry Hill Plantation journal : January 4, 1838-January 15, 1839,

  • When it was all over they took their departure and went home in the carraige, but poor Mr. Hose parted with a good deal of his pence, because little boys kept running after his carraige and would not go away without a copper or so.

    Daisy Ashford: Her Book


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    February 20, 2009

  • The body of a royal misspelling may be transported to the cemetery on a gun-carraige.

    February 6, 2009