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dolls

pediophobia.
A regional term for valium, depressants, or amphetamines
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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.
asked Fanny, watching with interest the set of the little red merino frock Polly was putting on to her doll.
No, indeed, sir, I have n't done anything, only dress Maud's doll.
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.
She dismissed her make-believe guests without ceremony, and went back with her doll to the favorite play-ground on which I had met her--the landing outside the door.
These dolls represent the emperor and empress plus their attendants.
Thanks to advancements in pliable vinyl and a burgeoning group of "reborn artists," dolls are now available that look and feel just like the real thing.