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Tell your Manageress I am much obliged to her for the charming flowers with which she has decorated my room this morning.THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST MEHALL CAINE
Neither talked—there was nothing to say; and presently they got up and went back to the manageress to learn what they had to do.TALES OF SPACE AND TIMEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
The manageress came rustling out of her office and beamed on Deane, who had once stayed there for several weeks.THE GOLDEN WEBANTHONY PARTRIDGE
By the way, I have consulted the English manageress of this hotel, who was not particularly sympathetic.PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCESKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
Accordingly the self-appointed manageress of the affair had borrowed Tom Harmon's hospitality for her protge.WANTED: A HUSBANDSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
At the end of that time he apparently came to a decision, and jumping up briskly, repaired to the manageress' room.SIMONJ. STORER CLOUSTON
That evening Mr. Carrington joined the choice spirits in the manageress' room, and they had a very long and entertaining gossip.SIMONJ. STORER CLOUSTON
Now, this drama, as laid out by that romantic manageress the Bonnie Lassie, did not include music.OUR SQUARE AND THE PEOPLE IN ITSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
“This gentleman here knows something about them,” remarked the manageress, indicating myself.HUSHED UPWILLIAM LE QUEUX
It appeared that he was accompanied by a Miss Coburn, whom the manageress believed to be his daughter.THE PIT PROP SYNDICATEFREEMAN WILLS CROFTS

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