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On the other hand, since Perdue is an incumbent, Hazel’s votes might be considered more of an “anti-incumbent” vote, which would then favor Ossoff.

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She was funny and brash, very New York and somewhere between Lucy and Hazel.

Color flew into her thin cheeks, and the eyes that stared at Hazel's straw tam-o'-shanter grew dim.

Jewel's Story BookClara Louise Burnham

"I should not be here had not Tommy and Hazel dragged me out," declared Margery.

Hazel ran out into the water until she was up to her neck, then she swam out.

There was a slumbering devil in Miss Hazel Weir, and it took little to wake her temper.

North of Fifty-ThreeBertrand W. Sinclair

Like many other plants, the hazel has two kinds of flowers, which come out before the leaves.

MiscellaneaJuliana Horatia Ewing

That gentleman called once during school-hours, shook hands very warmly, and stopped talking till Hazel thought he would never go.

The New MistressGeorge Manville Fenn

"I'm going down under that oak tree," declared Hazel, with an arch glance at Jack.

“And that his visit at the Graham cottage today is to give them warning of our coming,” Hazel added.

WORDS RELATED TO HAZEL

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