Did you see that, Fedora, tanned as a roof guard and with that hair!
I love you, Fedora, and I will be faithful to you all my life.
I just want you to realise, Fedora, that you are your own mistress.
"There's nothing in life which I could give her that Fedora sha'n't have," he asserted.
The Fijian—he who had escaped from the massacre of the Fedora—was the guide.
Fedora, who herself has fallen in love with Loris, now takes him into her arms.
He discovers that it was Fedora who set the secret service on his track.
She proved to be Fedora, the wife whom he was suing for divorce.
But Fedora was scheming in her mind how to turn her secret to account.
He batted Johnny the Itch's fedora onto the side of his head.