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  • Afterwards Pa sat on the boards of several public companies, including H.B. Dickie, Ltd., the distinguished Australian towel, sheet, and pillow-case manufacturer, and Younghusband, Pty.

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  • And now that I think about it, if you had essentially a pillow-case full of drugs, you'd be able to buy a lot of vodka sodas.

    Meredith Fineman: On Dating & Parental Pressure.

  • A long string of vowels comes out of its painted mouth, vivid against its white pillow-case face, and it says the same thing over and over - "Aa oo re o me me oo a oo ho el?"

    Gerald and the Ugly-Wuglies

  • We used to love to hit the one apartment house in my neighborhood because you could get a pillow-case full of candy in a matter of minutes.

    Happy Halloween « Dating Jesus

  • What you do is pinch a loaf in between his pillow and pillow-case, then put it poop side down on his bed.

    LAWSUIT MAY END HOBBIT MOVIES

  • The letter had been put into Snubby's pillow-case, on his bunk.

    Working Without a Net

  • Their black faces and woolly hair contrasted most ludicrously with the white pillow-case.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • To whatever deplorable act of ungovernable composition he immolated those materials obtained from the bar, there is no doubt that the fatal deed was committed in bed, and that it left its evidences but too plainly, long afterwards, upon the pillow-case.

    Somebody's Luggage

  • It had a thin green blanket, a pillow without a pillow-case.

    My Dreams Out in the Street

  • “Hullo!” said the tranter, suddenly catching sight of a singular human figure standing in the doorway, and wearing a long smock-frock of pillow-case cut and of snowy whiteness.

    Under the Greenwood Tree

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