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  • A look from the more fashionable daughter, as with a swinging sweep she passed on into the parlor, silenced the mother on the subject of hoops, and thinking her guests must necessarily be thirsty after their walk she brought them a pitcher of water, asking if they'd "chuse it clear, or with a little ginger and molasses," at the same time calling to Betsy Jane to know if them windows was "wung" off!

    Maggie Miller

  • Yes, she could have winged it while sincerely welling up, but if she wung it, she's damn good.

    Hillary cried

  • Pronounced wung mah nee bah mah hawhng, this mantra has served millions of people throughout history by blessing their healing and life transformation for relationships, finances, and every aspect of life.

    Divine Transformation

  • Pronounced wung mah nee bah mah hawhng, this is the six-word enlightenment mantra of Guan Yin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.

    Tao I

  • Weng pronounced wung is the key sound for the seventh soul house.

    Divine Soul Songs

  • I have wung my way back from the icy reaches of Connecticut, where snowflakes dance upon the mountaintops and the sun is but a rumor.

    2006 November « A Bird’s Nest

  • All performances may be winged or, following Dr. Virago, wung.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Thus: I frequently wing, yesterday I wang, I have often wung.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • And with just under 2 weeks to devise a 30-minute talk (that I will need to have written out), and fresh out of grading jail, I am quickly learning what can and cannot be wung (winged? wang?)

    Ferule & Fescue

  • While time his swift circuit was winging, and wung;

    The Book of Humorous Verse

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  • December 7, 2006