|great crested grebe|
[♬ the deer knowed where she'd marry]
[Arbour, bucketroom, caravan, ditch? Coach, carriage, wheelbarrow, dungcart?]
[Kate Strong, a widow]
The 'Lane pictures' are several dozen modern masterpieces collected by Hugh Lane between 1900 and 1915. Lane was seven years older than Joyce, the nephew of Lady Gregory (and thus half-Persse). He battled to donate them to a museum in Dublin.
[♬ from good King Hamlaugh's gulden dayne]
[cleaned but sparingly]
FDV: "may have suggested whigging or the grand old whig in person when falsesighted by the wouldbe burglar, a tory of the tories, for there circulated pretty
4DV: "may have suggested incarnate whiggery or even the grand old whig himself in the flesh when falsesighted by the wouldbe burglar, a tory of the tories, for there then circulated pretty freely the feeling that in so hibernating Earwicker was secretly feeding on his own fat. Kate Strong, a widow, did all the scavenging from good King Charles golden days down but she cleaned only sparingly and her statement was that,"
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