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That'll be all for the olio; I'll go right into the after-show now.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
I might indeed, following the example of the Sunday newsmonger, call it the Olio.
I must have an olio pot,' she said, 'an olio pot, and the heaviest one.
THE QUEEN PEDAUQUEANATOLE FRANCE
If you could do anything at all, Hannah, you'd lead a chorus and go in the olio.
THE HAPPY ENDJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
The wheels and Ezekiel's beasts are of no value against a heavy silver olio pot.
THE QUEEN PEDAUQUEANATOLE FRANCE
Olmeto and the neighbouring village of Olio have both an exceedingly bad reputation.
Its neighbour, San Giacomo del Olio, has also a brick campanile, but of inferior merit.
Think of paying three or four francs for less than half a pound sott 'olio in Paris.
Though I do not doubt but they are an olio of lies and scandal, I should like to see them.
THE LADIESE. BARRINGTON
But I have such an olio of affairs, really I know not what to do.
THE WAY OF THE WORLDWILLIAM CONGREVE

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