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References in classic literature ?
Oh, how could I not be ardent for Eternity, and for the marriage-ring of rings--the ring of the return?
At last a young man, with a good heart and plenty of courage, set out to search for the ring.
While thus speaking Athos regarded with attention the sapphire set with diamonds which had taken, on D'Artagnan's finger, the place of the queen's ring, carefully kept in a casket.
Please Your Worship," answered the man-at-arms, "a merry fair is held there today, and a great wrestling match, to which many folk have come, for a prize hath been offered of a pipe of red wine, a fair golden ring, and a pair of gloves, all of which go to the best wrestler.
It was a pretty thrust, clean and sure; and there was much applause, and many of the common people threw their hats into the ring.
In Brixton Road, this morning," it ran, "a plain gold wedding ring, found in the roadway between the `White Hart' Tavern and Holland Grove.
At last, having duly performed the ceremony, having signed the rings with the cross, the priest handed Kitty the big ring, and Levin the little one.
You are aware," said he, "that the dead man's wedding ring has been taken from his finger?
As you have no husband, that ring can only have been given by one who hopes to make you his wife
They were telling one another of all the places where they had been waddling about all the morning, and what good food they had found; and one said in a pitiful tone: 'Something lies heavy on my stomach; as I was eating in haste I swallowed a ring which lay under the queen's window.
That a man bets ten dollars at the ring side that I win against six dollars another man is betting that I lose.
Do not reason about it, my philosphical reader, and say that Hetty, being very pretty, must have known that it did not signify whether she had on any ornaments or not; and that, moreover, to look at ear- rings which she could not possibly wear out of her bedroom could hardly be a satisfaction, the essence of vanity being a reference to the impressions produced on others; you will never understand women's natures if you are so excessively rational.