When Love Flies Out O' the Window

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E.P. Dutton, 1919 - 309 pages
 

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Page 96 - Oh, you have only to say I'ma nuisance! I assure you that if you'd rather I left you alone, I won't speak another word.
Page 17 - Miss Joyce proposed that they should "drink luck" to the undertaking and have "a glass of port wine.
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Page 195 - 'A ring, a ring o' roses, A pocketful o' posies, Atislioo ! Atishoo ! We all fall down.
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