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Doll

(dawl),
Richard, 20th-century British epidemiologist. See: Armitage-Doll model.
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Now, as for this pretty doll, my little Alice," said Grandfather, "I wish you could have seen what splendid dresses the ladies wore in those times.
I should think you 'd be ashamed to play with dolls, Polly.
And forgetting her hate and contempt for dolls, down sat Fanny, soon getting as much absorbed as either of the others.
Of course I was delighted with this present," continued Miss Cuttenclip, "and at once set to work and made several paper dolls, which, as soon as they were cut out, began to walk around and talk to me.
Glinda keeps all the rain storms away; so I never worry about my dolls getting wet.
In one place a large group of especially nice paper dolls assembled to greet their Queen, whom it was easy to see they loved early.
The paper dolls were mowed down by dozens, and flew and fluttered in wild confusion in every direction, tumbling this way and that and getting more or less wrinkled and bent.
And I had no idea it took so little to upset these paper dolls.
Miss Cuttenclip herself led them to the door in the wall, and as they passed along the street the paper dolls peeped at them half fearfully from the doors and windows.
On the other hand, the Hatsune Miku hina doll does not have an emperor by its side.
Each doll is unique, and some even have realistic "boo boos" or birthmarks.
Just recently she is offering doll collectors the option to create their own doll.