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It is a pocket edition in two volumes, to one of which is attached a lock of poor Mary's shining hair.

In his small blue overalls and jumper, in his alert and manful attitude, Little Jim was a pocket edition of his father.

Partners of ChanceHenry Herbert Knibbs

Printed with larger type than any other small or pocket edition extant.

Aunt Phillis's CabinMary H. Eastman

Cintra, therefore, looked to my eyes like a pocket edition or model of what I had been accustomed to for nearly three years.

It has been shrewdly observed that Foote must have meant a diminutive, or pocket edition.

He read a chapter in the New Testament and followed that with a page in a pocket edition of Epictetus.

In general terms the market was a sort of pocket edition of the one at Irkutsk.

"One man with a dream at pleasure," but I felt like leaving him a pocket edition of Le Prince.

Diplomatic DaysEdith O'Shaughnessy

Pocket edition of the most eminent English authors of the preceding century, of which it is vols.

Laurence Sterne in GermanyHarvey Waterman Thayer

His plow was a pocket edition; his team a single horse; his furrows at most five inches deep.

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