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They knew all the secrets of the ogress, and how to wheedle and coax her.
Scarcely has the fecundation been finished when the ogress turns, leaping, and devours the suitor on the very spot of his amours.
An ogre or ogress without a daughter, real or adopted, lacks the first requisite for doing a successful business.
It is in the third that the Ogress dwells, unless, indeed, she has already set out upon her nocturnal hunt for human flesh.
It is a sort of ogre's castle, and your aunt, 'savin' yer presince,' is the ogress.
But this was not because Miss Sandys was an ogress, rather because she herself had grown semi-professional even in holiday trim.
He said to the ogress, "Show me the apple whose color gives eternal youth to the old man who smells it."
They retraced their steps, and met the ogress, took a second ring from the dead man, and departed.
But when she came out she fell into the hands of the Ogress who kept the inn they were now in.
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In other respects he sported with ease the language and manners which gave him a perfect resemblance to the Ogress's other guests.
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