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Ripaille and Thonon received such an influx of celebrities as it had never known before, nor since.

Then one sees the exquisite frocks, the superb jewels, the celebrities of good and ill repute.

In Vanity FairEleanor Hoyt Brainerd

So there was both surprise and envy in Lady Caroline's tone; she had a weakness for celebrities.

We TwoEdna Lyall

His letters are full of references to the celebrities whom he is cultivating.

The Spell of SwitzerlandNathan Haskell Dole

The "visitors' list" of the Goldener Adler is one long entry of nobles and celebrities.

The two celebrities shook hands together, and Morphy immediately asked if he would consent to play a match.

Among the celebrities who had formerly either effigies or epitaphs in the choir were the following.

The Churches of ParisS. Sophia Beale

She127 and her brother drew around them a circle of celebrities that included scientific as well as artistic leaders.

Like other Cuban celebrities, a characteristic nom de guerre is invented for every beggar.

It portrays in life-like colors the characters and daily habits of nearly all the English and Irish celebrities of that period.

Western CharactersJ. L. McConnel

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