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The walls of his office were lined with treasures and trinkets from his travels, which his brother said he used to ease the nerves of his clients.
If you know someone who bought a car during the pandemic, consider giving them some of the trinkets below.
During the holiday shopping rush, stocking stuffers often become second-tier gifts, obligatory trinkets.
Realizing I wasn’t there for trinkets, the man effortlessly switched into historian mode.
We take a collective approach to game-plan formation and little trinkets and things of that nature.
She always included some red trinket in her attire, in memory of her executed lover.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
For some purpose monsieur came to Beauvais with an attempt to deceive mademoiselle with this little iron trinket.
Here was the gold trinket, and glancing round to make certain no one was watching, Mercier had put it into her open hand.
He was from the first very fearful for my safety, and to ease his mind I showed him the trinket and told him of our compact.
Did Armida possess any trinket in the form of a little enameled cross—like a miniature cross of cavaliere?
THE CZAR'S SPYWILLIAM LE QUEUX

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