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bracelets

the rings of hair on the hind legs of Poodles.
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If I could persuade her to write a word to say she liked her bracelet," he thought, "it would be a comfort when I go back to my solitary life.
CHEVELEY tries to get the bracelet off her arm, but fails.
You can't get that bracelet off, unless you know where the spring is.
She tries again to unclasp the bracelet, but fails.
Again tears at the bracelet in a paroxysm of rage, with inarticulate sounds.
She places them in a labyrinth where they are condemned to walk for ever, with a bracelet on their arms and a cord round their necks, unless they meet another as miserable as themselves.
Since you told me a lady had given you the bracelet you showed me, Fanny, I have not been quite easy on your account, and indeed want to know a little more if you will confide more to me.
I immediately,' addressing Little Dorrit, '(for I am the creature of impulse), took a bracelet from my arm, and begged your sister to let me clasp it on hers, in token of the delight I had in our being able to approach the subject so far on a common footing.
I will wear the bracelet for you, if you will, friend Palmer,'' said Wamba.
In October, the Justice Ministry will finally have electronic bracelets for monitoring, Mediapool reports.
If this is the case anchor bracelets for men are perfect for you.
The bracelet was described as "homeopathic," but homeopathic products are, by definition, regulated drugs and so nondrug items, such as bracelets, cannot be homeopathic.