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Here are butter and eggs, here is tea, here is sugar, and there is a flitch.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
No one can smell boiled bacon far; but fried flitch can be smelled a mile by a good nose.
Of Flixton in Lancashire the authorities suggest, “perhaps a town of the flitch”.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Offer the ducks like the Dunmow flitch of bacon to the most happily married couple in Florence.
THE BELOVD VAGABONDWILLIAM J. LOCKE
"He'd flitch his own mother," ventured Jim, on whose brain the dipperful of whiskey was producing mixed results.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
The flitch ought not be dried up to the hardness of a board, and yet it ought to be perfectly dry.
COTTAGE ECONOMYWILLIAM COBBETT
I have never made any flitch of sheep-bacon; but I will; for there is nothing like having a store of meat in a house.
COTTAGE ECONOMYWILLIAM COBBETT
A few luxuries were mentioned such as a flitch of bacon, cheese and oil.
Two married couples have just been examined at Dunmow, and awarded the 'historic' flitch for conjugal happiness.
TWO SIDES OF THE FACEARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
They were a model couple, and if they had gone to Dunmow for the flitch of bacon, they would have won it.

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