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  • It was beautiful, with a special table just for the wedding cake (my friend made along with the tiny bride and groon dolls on the top!!!) .... and I hired a harpist to play at the side of the yard.

    Victoria Magazine June 1990, 1994

  • But tucked in the gums of these ancient stone formations is the blight of high-rises, their stucco exteri. earlier era. all of them painted a proletarian touthpatte-groon.

    the secret sense

  • And when he'd groon up, thaa knows, he could ha 'takken care o' me. '

    Lancashire Idylls (1898)

  • "Speerin 'ower the side an' fixin 'his expensive glasses on the groon, he espied sax motor-cars --"

    Tam o' the Scoots

  • Chriltiaoity filrntly withdraws frcm the groon die is contention, and leaves the difpute to be decided by other judges.

    The Monthly Review

  • They say folks allays groon when they’re hearkenin’ to th’ Methodys, as if they war bad i’ th’ inside.

    Adam Bede

  • I mane to groon as loud as your cow did th’ other naight, an’ then the praicher

    Adam Bede

  • Lat me tak 'haud o' the laddie's heels, and let her hing doon my back wi 'her heid close to the groon'. "

    Three Boys or the Chiefs of the Clan Mackhai


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