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  • Even though the enemies were safe in prison, she knew not but that dagger, dagg, or arming sword might still be ready for her, and she believed that any fatal charge openly made against Mary at the trial might drive her friends to desperation and lead to the use of dagg or dagger.

    Unknown to History: a story of the captivity of Mary of Scotland

  • The detection of Somerville, a fanatic who had received the Host before setting out for London "to shoot the Queen with his dagg," was followed by measures of natural severity, by the flight and arrest of Catholic gentry and peers, by a vigorous purification of the Inns of Court where

    History of the English People Volume 4 (of 8)

  • Hon sömmar i silke, hon sömmar i gull och gråter full sin barm: det är dagg över lilja.

    Fritiofs Saga

  • Du jord, giv din must, och din dagg, o du himmel, giv du!

    Fritiofs Saga

  • De taltes vid om de glada dar, 5 då morgonens dagg låg på livet kvar, om barndomsminnen, de rosengårdar i ädla sinnen.

    Fritiofs Saga

  • The duo have been the source of many rumors and gossip and neither have officially confirmed that they are indeed any item dagg ms keys i got much luv for ya but dagg. shake head. that second pic looks scary and alicia is a hoe

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