10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHIGNONED»
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says chignoned Virtue, stepping along Life's pavements in short petticoats and
high-heeled boots. Ay, Virtue says this, and says it with an unbecoming sneer.
But, my dear Virtue, my beloved Censor, many a saint walks this weary earth ...
Edmund Hodgson Yates, William Tinsley, William Croft, 1869
And the young lady, who had not disdained to angle in her own peculiar feeble
little way for the great Canadian fish, who would not even look at her bait, tossed
her chignoned head, and sniffed virtuously in the air. Vaughan held the little hand
Sicily, the New Winter Resort: An Encyclopaedia of Sicily
Other noted Syracusan coin-makers of this period are Eumenes, Sosion, and
Phrygillus. The first and the last remarkable for the fidelity of their galloping
horses, and the beautiful profiles of their chignoned heads ; though in this respect
none of ...
Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen, 1907
That is something you can't conceive of, Leona." Never having actually
exchanged complete passion with Breelan, Waite, nevertheless, found himself in
agreement with Trip's statement. Waving off Trip's critique, the chignoned actress
... in blue spectacles and a college cap, who stood contemplating, and indulging
in a harangue on entities and molecules, spirit and matter, affinities and
development, while the soft deep brown eyes of the chignoned head languished,
and the ...
Charlotte Mary Yonge, 1876
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI
Nor if some high-heeled, chignoned girl, Of Prince's paragon and pearl, Snub
you, or with cold shoulder freeze, Seek squaw at the Antipodes. Noblesse oblige
: this lesson take, Ye gilded youth, for England's sake : All time ill-spent revenge ...
In the middle of the latter I have seen a " chignoned " lady pursue a fat beadle,
decked in gold lace and cocked hat, in order to hang a picture of St. Mary by a
red tape round his neck. Such a mixture of religion and frivolity was never seen.
Pictures in Prose and Verse: Or, Personal Recollections of ...
... not remember ever to have heard Mrs. Hamilton say much, and while they
were doubtless respectable, our modern brides would, I fear me, pout their rosy
lips, and toss their daintily chignoned heads at such simple bridal gear.
Found dead, by the author of 'Blondel Parva'.
... So she sat herself down forthwith, and played so tenderly — so very differently
from that rattling off an air which so many of our young chignoned performers
now aim at, under the name of ' rapid execution , — that Mrs. Blissett could not
He traced resemblances in the heavy braids of rich brown un-chignoned hair,
and the graceful head they twisted round, to those of an old love of his — Titian's
" St. Catherine," in the Louvre ; wondered that he had never remarked the
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHIGNONED»
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Dinner for two in a Khrushchev slum
The worst tormentors, Colonel Shvirkin and his chignoned wife, Nina, were quiet as mice, but such unacceptably paradisiacal smells of fried ... «National Post, Jan 14»
Titanic, ITV, Sunday Man Men, Sky Atlantic, Tuesday World Series of …
... she was going I had little idea; all I knew was that her dress sported some darling lace brocade and her hair was delightfully chignoned. «The Independent, Mar 12»
Dance review: Martha Graham Dance Company looks at past, future …
... and quotes from Graham's oeuvre. Ellmore-Tallitsch, as a chignoned, twirling diva that recalled Graham herself, once again stole the eye. «OregonLive.com, Nov 10»
Renoir Painting Sells for $12 Million at Sotheby's in London
Philip Hook, a senior director of impressionist and modern art at Sotheby's, said the Renoir, with two chignoned sisters nestled over a book, ... «Bloomberg, Feb 07»