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I do not, of course, mean to imply that there was anything artificial or "manufactured" about the "vogue" of "Casuals."
TURNS ABOUT TOWNROBERT CORTES HOLLIDAY
Through my connection with the matter of "Casuals" I suppose it was that a correspondence came about between Mr. Huneker and me.
TURNS ABOUT TOWNROBERT CORTES HOLLIDAY
And there is one other sentence in Casuals of the Sea that lingers with me, and gives a just trace of the author's mind.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
And Tommy went back to his yacht chuckling with delight, with a copy of "Casuals of the Sea" under his arm.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
There are four classes of people who knock at our door: the family, tradespeople, visitors, and casuals.
As eagles round the carcase gathered the few casuals that happened to be present.
Generally they are casuals—men who have lost their organizations and don't know where to go or what to do.
These served—and served efficiently—men taken ill on trains, or casuals passing through.
The committee contented themselves by asking that casuals who have full work elsewhere should not be employed.
Juan Jimenez was in the same sports casuals in which he had appeared on screen last evening.
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER

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vibrissanoun | [vahy-bris-uh ]SEE DEFINITION
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