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There is nobody under thirty so dead but his heart will stir a little at sight of a gypsies' camp.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
They are never performed except by gypsies, in their own quarter of Seville, and are now generally gotten up as a show for money.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
Take his first meeting with Gypsies in the green lane near Norman Cross.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
To the storm-stayed shows came the gypsies in great numbers.
AULD LICHT IDYLLSJ. M. BARRIE
It is simply the way that Sector Headquarters feels about Gypsies.
NO MOVING PARTSMURRAY F. YACO
Those hills produced gypsies who travel around cheating, dickering and selling gewgaws that are worth nothing.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
Gypsies pass for a very cunning people, and such they are to outsiders, so that Romany or gypsy guile is a very common expression.
The gypsies clustered round him, fingering his hands, face and clothes, as if he were a holy man.
The real object of this visit appears to have been his desire to study more closely the Spanish gypsies.
Sometimes there would be as many as seventeen gypsies gathered together at his lodgings in the Calle de Santiago.

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