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Nancy and Naomi became strained, for if Horatia rinked well, Sarah rinked much better.
Horatia was tired, for she had already rinked for some time in the morning, and she sat back in the alcove, half-hidden from sight.
They played tennis, rinked or danced together at the Amusement Club; and the ladies at the tea-tables in the great lounge smiled significantly and whispered to each other as the good-looking fair man and the pretty, dark-haired girl came in together when the light was fading on the mountains.
It was pretty well rinked, but I put it aside in a box of to-be-listened-to stuff, where it sat for months.
i have the cliff and found rinked copies of the johnny c that got thrown into ebay lots but never seen the earnie andrews