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|3 You look rather rash my dear your colors don't quite match your face. DAISY |
ASHFORO (1881 -1972), British wrilef. Mr. Salleena, in The Young Vniien. "
Storting Gaily" (written when the author was aged nine; published 4 Women1 s
|'I shall put some red rug on my face,'she announces with endearing candidness, |
as they prepare to visit Salteena's friend Bernard. 'You will look ... 'You look rather
rash my dear your colors dont quite match your face but never mind . . .'comes ...
|If they're running and they don't look where they're going I have to come out from |
somewhere and catch them. That's all I'd do all day. I'd just be ... Dress 1 You look
rather rash my dear your colors don't quite match your face. DAISY ASHFORD ...
|Dame Edith Sitwcll (1887-1964) British writer, poet Englishwomen's shoes look |
as if they had been made by someone who ... Anthony Trollope (1815-1882)
English novelist You look rather rash my dear your colors don't quite match your
|Addison, Joseph The best-dressed woman is one whose clothes wouldn't look |
too strange in the country. - Amies, Sir Hardy You look rather rash my dear your
colors don't quite match your face. - Ashford, Daisy From the cradle to the coffin ...
|You look rather rash my dear your colors don't quite match your face. Daisy ... I'|
ll straightaway tell Miss Winstead that you're here," Bobbit said, and Bramwell
watched as the butler stood his ground, smiled, and held out his hand, palm up.
|BY HABOL] 1 THREW DOWN my book and cursed inwardly; for with a howling|
, female racket going on in the next room one can't ... white petticoat with a lot of
openwork at the bottom, is really, you know, quite beyond me, and as I'm a
truthful person I said so, and also ... "But, my child," I expostulated, "people don't
see your petticoat. ... And doesn't the color match my ribbons and sash
gorgeously ? ... She did look rather more presentable this time, and to tell the
truth, not half bad.
|F you wish merely to play make-believe with your complexion, there are to |
accommodate you hundreds of more or ... in its natural state, is only the particular
If the skin is in the pink of condition," the complexion cannot but follow suit. ...
Where Royalty rules and Society dictates, where Professions demand perfection
of profile and face-oval, purity and ... V A L A Z E B A U M E BLANC remedies
spots, rashes, soreness and allays irritation. .... s' sake, don't excite him. .... Oh,
|She said some things that were rash and foolish, but some that were very |
sensible. ... My dear boy," he cries, all his noble face softening and sweetening
with a kindliness and courtesy that make Malcolm look up toward it in a rather
ungraceful stupor of admiration " my dear boy, nothing could be further from
either Marion's or my own thoughts than to offend so charming a ... she exclaimed
, in perfect consternation ; ' you don't truly mean that your son is engaged to his