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Presently out rushed four or five girls, wild and laughing; then came one, bounding like a roe!

Mr. Roe himself has supplied this in a letter written nearly a year ago, to an admirer, and part of which I am allowed to copy.

The Indians prefer the tripe de roche when prepared along with the roe of fish, or when boiled in fish liquor.

The roe they prepared and shipped abroad for the Russians' piquant table delicacy.

Virginia: The Old DominionFrank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins

Mother says fishes comes from hard roes, so I chuck'd in the roe of a red-herring last week, but I doesn't catch any fish yet.

Roe pickled and pressed in this way will keep a long time, and is very nutritious.

Season the roe well with salt and pepper, roll in olive oil, and broil.

Mr Roe can scarcely be aware that I have refused a similar application to boys in my own house.

The Master of the ShellTalbot Baines Reed

It may mean without his mistress, whom he has had to leave; roe meaning a female deer as well as the spawn of a fish.

The softness of the ground so dulled my footsteps that I appeared to walk as lightly as a roe upon the spongy surface of the moor.

Brought ForwardR. B. Cunninghame Graham

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