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The Arabs received the kermis from Armenia, and the name was originally “Quer-més,” “oak-apple.”NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
One week each year they have a great festival called the "Kermis," which is not unlike the old-fashioned carnival in this country.BIRDSEYE VIEWS OF FAR LANDSJAMES T. NICHOLS
The travelling temples reserved for the honour of poffertjes and wafelen are the most noticeable features of any Kermis.A WANDERER IN HOLLANDE. V. LUCAS
It was at Leyden that I saw my first Kermis, or fair, seven years ago, and ate my first poffertjes and wafelen.A WANDERER IN HOLLANDE. V. LUCAS
Writing as a foreigner, in no way concerned with the matter, I may express regret that the Kermis is not what it was in Holland.A WANDERER IN HOLLANDE. V. LUCAS
Possibly were one living in Holland, one would at once join the anti-Kermis party; but I hope not.A WANDERER IN HOLLANDE. V. LUCAS
We had particularly good fortune since our Thursday was not only market day but the Kermis too.A WANDERER IN HOLLANDE. V. LUCAS
Isn't it nice that Theodore has come in time for the Kermis?OUR LITTLE DUTCH COUSINBLANCHE MCMANUS
In snatches of melody from preceding scenes, she recalls the episode at the kermis, the night in the garden.THE COMPLETE OPERA BOOKGUSTAV KOBB
It was the kermis or annual fair, and all the world was keeping holiday in Utrecht.THE LIFE OF JOHN OF BARNEVELD, 1614-23, VOLUME II.JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY

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