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|Ballard, J. G. America is the country where you can buy a lifetime supply of |
aspirin For one dollar and use it up in two weeks. - Barrymore, John America is
an adorable woman chewing tobacco. - Bartholdi, Frederic Auguste America,
|Warren G. Harding (1865–1923) 29th president of the United States Speech in |
Boston, 1920 Most Americans live in small towns ... 1923) Chairman of the Board,
Rapid-American Corporation America is an adorable woman chewing tobacco.
|It is one of the finest things about America—and the noblest.” In pencil, he |
captured a saddled horse, the prairie streets of Cheyenne, Wyoming, a woman
holding her baby in what appeared ... America is an adorable woman chewing
|... as equals to make a living. Daniel Quinn America is an adorable woman |
chewing tobacco. Elizabeth Mitchell This malfeasance must be stopped, said
Flora in a deep and superheroic voice. Kate DiCamillo Our gods are much too
busy in our.
|—Garrison Keillor 1,743 America is an adorable woman chewing tobacco. —|
Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi (1834–1904), designer of the Statue of Liberty 1,744 I
come from a small town where the population the 2,548 wittiest things anybody ...
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|Familiar Quotations ChewingsAmerica is an adorable woman chewing tobacco.ndash;Auguste BartholdiThis will never be a civilized country until we spend more money for books than we do for chewing gum.ndash;Elbert Hubbard Use in Literature ...|
Martin Dillon, Shannon Graff Hysell - 2004 - Snippet view - More editions
|For many of the citations in the PCI, UMI' s American Periodicals Series Online, |
1741-1900 provides full text. ... example, we hear Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor
of the Statue of Liberty, say "America is an adorable woman chewing tobacco.
|Project Was Saved Meanwhile, back in the United States, Americans were trying |
to raise money for the statue's base. The fund was coming up ... He once said
America was like an "adorable woman chewing tobacco." He sent letters home to
|When 'Arry looks at 'Arriet, he thinks that the adorable vision of a red-cheeked |
young woman in a feathered hat is real. ... a few cheap American Silverite
politicians to travel constantly on the train, and never to cease from chewing
|I had also remarked, with disgust, that men were chewing tobacco and spitting it |
out in trams and train cars. ... I must declare, is the superiority of American men
over French men in terms of their respect and kindness for women of all ages and
social classes. ... She was a likable young woman, very sweet and adorable.