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*: First, will I see the Coronation, / And then to Britanny Ile crosse the Sea, / To effect this marriage, so it please my Lord.

*: The noble Thamis […] seemd to stoupe afore / With bowed backe, by reason of the lode / And auncient heavy burden which he bore / Of that faire City, wherein make abode / So many learned impes, that shoote abrode, / And with their braunches spred all Britany […].

*: - - - No one has family names. These girls with rooster hair I see on the streets. They pick the names. Theyre the mothers." "I have a granddaughter named Brittany," Hazel said. " And I have heard of a little girl called Cappuccino." "Cappuccino! Is that true? Why dont they call one Cassaulet? Fettuccini? Alsace-Lorraine?"

*: Names of the times. Borrowed from soap opera characters of prominence fifteen years ago, who have since been replaced by spiffy new models: the social-climbing [[Brittany]] now an unscrupulous Burke, the generous Pamela a refitted, urbanized Parker.

*: First, will I see the Coronation, / And then to Britanny Ile crosse the Sea, / To effect this marriage, so it please my Lord.

*: The noble Thamis […] seemd to stoupe afore / With bowed backe, by reason of the lode / And auncient heavy burden which he bore / Of that faire City, wherein make abode / So many learned impes, that shoote abrode, / And with their braunches spred all Britany […].

*: - - - No one has family names. These girls with rooster hair I see on the streets. They pick the names. Theyre the mothers." "I have a granddaughter named Brittany," Hazel said. " And I have heard of a little girl called Cappuccino." "Cappuccino! Is that true? Why dont they call one Cassaulet? Fettuccini? Alsace-Lorraine?"

*: Names of the times. Borrowed from soap opera characters of prominence fifteen years ago, who have since been replaced by spiffy new models: the social-climbing [[Brittany]] now an unscrupulous Burke, the generous Pamela a refitted, urbanized Parker.

*: First, will I see the Coronation, / And then to Britanny Ile crosse the Sea, / To effect this marriage, so it please my Lord.

*: The noble Thamis […] seemd to stoupe afore / With bowed backe, by reason of the lode / And auncient heavy burden which he bore / Of that faire City, wherein make abode / So many learned impes, that shoote abrode, / And with their braunches spred all Britany […].

*: - - - No one has family names. These girls with rooster hair I see on the streets. They pick the names. Theyre the mothers." "I have a granddaughter named Brittany," Hazel said. " And I have heard of a little girl called Cappuccino." "Cappuccino! Is that true? Why dont they call one Cassaulet? Fettuccini? Alsace-Lorraine?"

*: Names of the times. Borrowed from soap opera characters of prominence fifteen years ago, who have since been replaced by spiffy new models: the social-climbing [[Brittany]] now an unscrupulous Burke, the generous Pamela a refitted, urbanized Parker.

*: First, will I see the Coronation, / And then to Britanny Ile crosse the Sea, / To effect this marriage, so it please my Lord.

*: The noble Thamis […] seemd to stoupe afore / With bowed backe, by reason of the lode / And auncient heavy burden which he bore / Of that faire City, wherein make abode / So many learned impes, that shoote abrode, / And with their braunches spred all Britany […].

*: - - - No one has family names. These girls with rooster hair I see on the streets. They pick the names. Theyre the mothers." "I have a granddaughter named Brittany," Hazel said. " And I have heard of a little girl called Cappuccino." "Cappuccino! Is that true? Why dont they call one Cassaulet? Fettuccini? Alsace-Lorraine?"

*: Names of the times. Borrowed from soap opera characters of prominence fifteen years ago, who have since been replaced by spiffy new models: the social-climbing [[Brittany]] now an unscrupulous Burke, the generous Pamela a refitted, urbanized Parker.

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