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PAPASPartnership of Parents and Schools (Spain)
PAPASPin and Pellet Assay System
PAPASPennsylvania Association of Private Academic Schools, Inc.
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Mamma thought of asking her if she would mind taking another when she came; but papa thought she might object.
"It's all no use, papa, to keep it to myself any longer.
"In his hand, the golden Papa has a letter; and after he has made his excuse for disturbing us in our Infernal Region with the common mortal Business of the house, he addresses himself to the three young Misses, and begins, as you English begin everything in this blessed world that you have to say, with a great O.
"Then what do you propose, papa?" She braced herself as one who sees the blow which is about to fall.
Papa had to promise before he was allowed to go to bed."
No, no; in this world we must not expect everything, Papa Meagles.'
"Well, my dear, I shall leave you to manage your papa. You always do manage everybody.
"Papa! do you ever intend allowing me to be married?"
Heathcliff glanced at me with an ill-meaning smile, expressing his acquaintance with the party, and, consequently, his malevolence towards it, and demanded who 'papa' was?
"'Russia is not in Moscow, she lives in the hearts of her sons!' Isn't it so, Papa?" said he.
"My dearest papa! You do not think I could mean you, or suppose Mr.
`My papa sick all the time,' Tony panted as we flew.