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As the expedition ended, the project’s research vessel came to a stop, sounded its whistle and a memorial wreath was placed on the ocean, the company said.
Its tiny wreath of smoke curled lightly about her, mounting up in the warm, bright room.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
“Chaplet”—a wreath or garland signed for by him in his ambitious hopes—expresses his birth-date by Con.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
I have drawn him gray and woolly, and you can see that he is very proud because he has a wreath of flowers in his hair.
What suggestions it brings to us as we look upon a paintin' of a wreath of flowers, or fruit, or a handsome lady!
Let the folds be adorned with leaves and branches fastened to them, while a trailing wreath covers the gay-decked gates.
It has no balconies outside, but, instead of this, a triple wreath of leaves round each story.
The composer was recalled fifteen times and presented with a laurel wreath.
In fact a respectable wreath of smoke is quite substantial compared with the densest of the comets.
At the Floral Games he who is crowned poet-laureate chooses the Queen, and she crowns him with a wreath of olive leaves.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER

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