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  • As we now know, inside the prim-looking Ms. King was the ultimate natural free spirit.

    We Knew We'd See You Again

  • Wang Li and I got out, with the help of the driver, and approached the prim-looking lady.

    THE PEOPLE'S ARMY AND THE PEOPLE

  • She was wearing a short black skirt and a white blouse, which was dirty and ripped by the right shoulder, like she had been yanked, and because of the tape around her ankles her knees were close together and prim-looking.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • She was wearing a short black skirt and a white blouse, which was dirty and ripped by the right shoulder, like she had been yanked, and because of the tape around her ankles her knees were close together and prim-looking.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • Wang Li and I got out, with the help of the driver, and approached the prim-looking lady.

    Archive 2009-06-03

  • Opposite her was a small, prim-looking, elderly man in a suit of brown plush, and they both seemed to have suffered from the confined conditions of the journey from Cambridge.

    The Blackstone Key

  • Opposite her was a small, prim-looking, elderly man in a suit of brown plush, and they both seemed to have suffered from the confined conditions of the journey from Cambridge.

    The Blackstone Key

  • Opposite her was a small, prim-looking, elderly man in a suit of brown plush, and they both seemed to have suffered from the confined conditions of the journey from Cambridge.

    The Blackstone Key

  • ‘He seems to be insane,’ said the prim-looking man;

    Lavengro

  • The prim-looking man smiled: ‘I suppose,’ said he,

    Lavengro

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