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Title : St. Nicholas [serial]

Authors : Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905

P Subjects : Children's literature

Publisher: : Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Contributing Library University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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.the vulgar blog. - The facts and characters of this blog are fictitious. Any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence.
I have been faithful and unfaithful, I myself have lied some time, but the record of being hooked on the doors I have, clearly. I hated it when I put frying pans in a suitcase that I had given him and I wondered if he could take this pot or towel.

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most permitting himself to be caught.Then he flew away to safety, to return in a few minutes to the eggs. When the wings and tail of the male are folded the bright marks are all con-cealed, and nothing could be more beautifully hid in plain sight than this same night-hawk. He is not only covered all over withlittle pictures of lichen and ground, but nature has even painted out the shadows onthe bird itself! I have seen persons (and very sharp-eyed ones, too) who could not see the night-hawk sitting ona bare rock twenty feet away, so per-fectly she was painted in herranite surroundings.But while the night-hawk is select-ing The rock in the pasture on whichto lay of mottled eggs, theother birds are busy with many kinds ofhouses. The woodpeckers are hewing outtheir homes in the solid wood of the orchardtrees; the crested flycatchers and bluebirds arepeeping into attractive knot-holes; the vireosand orioles are weaving their graceful hangingbaskets; The meadow-larks and ground-spar -

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