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That wreath it was which should be more dear than a chest of gold to Creon's family and Creon's city.
Nance turned away, and put up her chin to watch a wreath of smoke.
A wreath of roses was tried on, but this too was so unsightly that I refused to wear it.
Such a wreath, then, is made by lovers when they wish to see their 'fate.'
And a wreath of immortelles and a bouquet bought by the Coupeaus were also placed on the coffin.
Dish in the form of a wreath, the one leaning on the other, and put a little jam on each.
All remembered the little brown hat with its wreath of daisies.
Irving died in October, and Clemens ordered a wreath for his funeral.
A necklace was round her neck, and a wreath of flowers upon her head.
The winners are crowned with a wreath or branch of the plant sacred to the god.