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  • These we taken apart at the seam very easily then centering the ribbon handles we cut large triangles out and rolled these into tussie-mussie cones.

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  • In their current form, they rose to popularity during the reign of Queen Victoria, from 1837 onwards, at which time the tussie-mussie became a popular fashion accessory.

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  • A nosegay, posey or posie, posy, flower bouquet or tussie-mussie is a small bunch of flowers, typically given as a gift.

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  • I wonder how many lives have been lost in the M.E and wider afield as a result of the BBCs criminally irresponsible and incompetent "reporting" - i.e incitement and tacit encouragement - to mussie terrorist nutjobs over the years?

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  • Well thats something your spine shattering mussie mates can never ever be accused of, eh Frankie?


  • They came at him, the pitiful things, shuffling and wailing; but De'Unnero outran most, and when some circled to block his path to the monastery, the monk leaped on tiger legs, clearing them easily, landing lightly and running on, toward the tussie-mussie bed.


  • Within the week, the brothers of St. Honce had blessed and laid a tussie - mussie bed outside their walls and a second outside the closed gates of Castle Ursal.


  • She knew, too, however, that she would not allow herself to run behind tussie-mussie beds and locked gates, as had Braumin Herde and all the Abellican Church.


  • Across the frozen and long-dead tussie-mussie bed he went, into the muddy field, into the cold wind blowing back off All Saints Bay.


  • All of the sick monks were to leave the abbey ground, to go out on the field beyond the tussie - mussie bed with the other diseased folk.



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