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Old women's nonsense- old women's nonsense!" he repeated, but still he patted Pierre affectionately on the shoulder, and then went up to the table where Prince Andrew, evidently not wishing to join in the conversation, was looking over the papers his father had brought from town.
And she should hear me say, Amy: affectionately, quite dutifully and affectionately: how well she looked, considering her time of life.
My dear," added Priscilla, pressing her sister's hand affectionately as they walked side by side, "you'll never be low when you've got a dairy."
Marmaduke smiled and nodded affectionately at the young couple, and closed the door after them.
New Delhi [India], Dec 26 ( ANI ): Google Doodle on Wednesday paid tribute to social worker and activist Murlidhar Devidas Amte, affectionately known as Baba Amte (Father Amte) on his 104th birthday anniversary.
The team affectionately nicknamed The Bairns have taken the action after two youngsters had treatment following recent spills.
The school was the other side of the railway tracks, affectionately known as Over the Border.
Eddie was indeed one of life's characters, and, as such, will always be remembered affectionately by us.
A collection of classic comedy sketches affectionately mock our habit of making New Year resolutions which will likely be broken within days.
THIS picture was sent to Chronicle Motors by a North Tyneside reader and shows a 1912 vintage-bodied charabanc, affectionately known as a Ruby.
Merthyr Tydfil Councillor Allan Jones, affectionately known as "Salty", raised more than pounds 49,000 during his year of office from2007 to 2008.