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Medium goods indulge in light trousers on week-days, and some of them even go so far as to wear fancy waistcoats.
She need not wear it if you object, for I know we promised to let you do what you liked with the poor dear for a year.
I must wear it more often than I have done of late, although it may not be the best of my collection.
And," she added, after hesitating a little, with a rising sob of mortification, "necklaces are quite usual now; and Madame Poincon, who was stricter in some things even than you are, used to wear ornaments.
Trix told Belle she was going to ask you for the dress, as you would n't care to wear it now.
If it isn't the proper thing I won't wear it," she said, with a sigh of regret for a lost dream.
When I wear this necklace I shall always think of you," said she, "and feel how very kind you were.
Because you wear silver shoes and have killed the Wicked Witch.
If we can manage to get to Ozma," she said, "the Princess will change you back to yourself in half a second; so you just wear that fox head as comf't'bly as you can, dear, and don't worry about it at all.
It means to teach a horse to wear a saddle and bridle, and to carry on his back a man, woman or child; to go just the way they wish, and to go quietly.
Its members will be distinguished by a red ribbon worn across the shoulder, and the mayor of the city will wear a white belt as well.
Say, I've just been down to the store and bought me these gloves, for I was bound I wouldn't wear mittens this winter; they're simply too countrified.