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Little Lord Fauntleroy - Page 9
by Frances Hodgson Burnett - 1913 - 290 pages
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The Teaching of German in Secondary Schools

Elijah William Bagster-Collins - German language - 1904 - 232 pages
...Drei weitere Jahre Erfahrungen mit der imitativen Methode," Klinghardt, Marburg, 1892, pp. 97-98. 2 His greatest friend was the groceryman, at the corner—the...and powerful person, he had so many things in his store, — prunes and figs and oranges and biscuits, — and he had a horse and wagon. Cedric was fond...
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The Teaching of German in Secondary Schools

Elijah William Bagster-Collins - German language - 1904 - 232 pages
...Klinghardt, Marburg, 1892, pp. 97-98. 2 Hig greatest friend was the groceryman, at the corner — the cross groceryman, who was never cross to him. His...and powerful person, he had so many things in his store, — prunes and figs and oranges and biscuits, — and he had a horse and wagon. Cedric was fond...
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The Teaching of German in Secondary Schools

Elijah William Bagster-Collins - German language - 1904 - 232 pages
...Klinghardt, Marburg, 1892, pp. 97-98. s His greatest friend was the groceryman, at the corner — the cross groceryman, who was never cross to him. His...and powerful person, he had so many things in his store, —prunes and figs and oranges and biscuits, — and he had a horse and wagon. Cedric was fond...
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The Teaching of German in Secondary Schools

Elijah William Bagster-Collins - German language - 1904 - 232 pages
...Klinghardt, Marburg, 1892, pp. 97-98. 2 His greatest friend was the groceryman, at the corner — the cross groceryman, who was never cross to him. His name was Mr. Hohbs, and Cedric admired and respected him very much. He thought him a very rich and powerful person,...
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