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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 ofChey- enne, Wyoming, a woman
holding her baby in what appeared ... America is an adorable woman chewing
|—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 ...|
|When 'Ariy 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. ... 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.
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.
|In each shipload of English immigrants came dozens of skilled metal and textile |
workers who gave America the know-how to quickly ... On his American tour of
1871, he facetiously pictured the nation as "an adorable woman chewing tobacco
|Kindly put that chewing tobacco back where you got it!" Ten minutes later Peter |
was ... "Isn't she adorable, Jim?" she gasped. "And Peter, I'm proud of ... His life
partner proved herself a cruel, a heartless woman. She straightened up and sat ...