two-for-a-cent love

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  • Endbury's two-for-a-cent society, but, for the Lord's sake, why do they make such a howling and yelling just at the time when Lydia's got the tragically important question to decide as to whether that's what _she_ wants?

    The Squirrel-Cage

  • "It's incredibly good luck that our little two-for-a-cent college should have so fine a thing," he said knowingly.

    Hillsboro People

  • Just the little two-for-a-cent queerness of our happening to meet in Rome instead of in

    The Brimming Cup

  • "It's incredibly good luck that our little two-for-a-cent college should have so fine a thing," he said knowingly.

    Portrait of a Philosopher

  • "Do you mean to say this two-for-a-cent town has a boss?"

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • "Do you mean to say this two-for-a-cent town has a boss?"

    Mr. Crewe's Career — Volume 1

  • "Do you mean to say this two-for-a-cent town has a boss?"

    Mr. Crewe's Career — Complete

  • Since you've been livin 'here, Mr. Bangs, I've had a chance to talk of somethin' beside the little two-for-a-cent things that most of us Gould's Bluffs people have to talk about from December to

    Galusha the Magnificent

  • Anyway, there we was, marooned on that little two-for-a-cent island.

    Cape Cod Stories

  • Well, there was, one of those little, two-for-a-cent contraptions, just big enough to stick one end of the egg into.

    Kent Knowles: Quahaug

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