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New England farms are traditionally stony–till you want stones.
THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
Again, the following account of the “cup-bearing” priestess had been received traditionally by them.
"No, I won't drink that stuff," I replied, with all the petulance and ill-humour traditionally allowed a star.
The number seven has been held a sacred number, and has been traditionally associated with both the little star groups.
The work is chiefly in the Late Perpendicular style, although traditionally of a much earlier date.
WARWICKSHIRECLIVE HOLLAND
Two different duties arise for the man who witnesses a miracle and for him who receives traditionally.
Capital is divided traditionally into two kinds, technically called "fixed" and "circulating."
And first for its verity, although asserted by some, and traditionally delivered by others, yet is it very questionable.
The porters may know, but the porters are traditionally wise and more than traditionally close-mouthed.
THE MODERN RAILROADEDWARD HUNGERFORD
It seemed a very neat idea, and it tickled him to have Italians turn such a traditionally American trick.
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD

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