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The aim of the ex-comedienne having been thus far attained, things followed their regular course.
ARTIST AND MODELREN DE PONT-JEST
The ex-comedienne had made up her mind that the house of the young couple should become the liveliest place in the world.
ARTIST AND MODELREN DE PONT-JEST
The strongest situation possible in the sensational play is that in which the comedienne flags the train or stops the belt.
She was advertised as the Polish comedienne, Mizzi Markis, and the announcements hinted at her royal though remote ancestry.
HALF PORTIONSEDNA FERBER
Was it not the fashion of the day for the actresses to take lovers, or for the fops to have an opera girl or a comedienne?
THE STROLLERSFREDERIC S. ISHAM
Those who have never seen her in this part can hardly realize how fine a comedienne she really is.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
"A rarely intelligent and lovely comedienne," mused Cairns, poking the cigar ashes on the tray and finally laying aside his cigar.
THE BUSINESS OF LIFEROBERT W. CHAMBERS
I'm sick of having the critics call me an intelligent comedienne who is unfortunate in her choice of plays.
GIGOLOEDNA FERBER
She didn't mind anything now, not even the loudness with which the bright-haired comedienne burst out laughing again.
But why did the comedienne with the brass-bright hair choose to pass on that characteristic to my mistress?

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