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Round her neck depended from a black velvet band, strings of diamonds of great size and magnificence.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
You would laugh if you should see the strings of eggs hanging across this pony's back—yes, eggs.
OUR LITTLE KOREAN COUSINH. LEE M. PIKE
The flues are subdivided into Diapasons, Flutes, and Strings, and we now proceed to consider each of these groups separately.
THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN ORGAN BUILDINGGEORGE LAING MILLER
A soiled bonnet cap, untidy strings, or torn gloves and collar will utterly spoil the prettiest costume.
THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
She was tugging at her bonnet strings, which were entangled in a knot, into which the cord of her eyeglasses had become twisted.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
"I reckon I will have to put leading strings on both of you," replied Lawrence, with a smile.
THE COURIER OF THE OZARKSBYRON A. DUNN
He composed a love scene for two strings, the E and G, the first was to personate the lady, the second himself.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Sure enough, it has five strings; the middle one stands higher than the rest and is of glossy blackness.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
So they fastened “belt-claws” to their stout girdles and tugged the bow strings into place with their back and leg muscles.
THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
In the 16th century an octagonal lantern in two strings crowned with a conical roof was added.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 5, SLICE 2VARIOUS

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