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  • —The ballad of joking Jesus, Stephen answered.
  • Nice enough in its way: for a little ballad.
  • His singing of that simple ballad, Martin, is the most trenchant rendering I ever heard in the whole course of my experience.
  • Ben Dollard does sing that ballad touchingly.
  • Most trenchant rendition of that ballad, upon my soul and honour It is.
  • Strike up a ballad.
  • Side by side Bloom, profiting by the contretemps, with Stephen passed through the gap of the chains, divided by the upright, and, stepping over a strand of mire, went across towards Gardiner street lower, Stephen singing more boldly, but not loudly, the end of the ballad.
  • obviously addressed, looked down on the photo showing a large sized lady with her fleshy charms on evidence in an open fashion as she was in the full bloom of womanhood in evening dress cut ostentatiously low for the occasion to give a liberal display of bosom, with more than vision of breasts, her full lips parted and some perfect teeth, standing near, ostensibly with gravity, a piano on the rest of which was In Old Madrid, a ballad, pretty in its way, which was then all the vogue.

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  • her latest album is a collection of love ballads.
  • ...write a ballad of this dream.
    Shakespeare, William  --  A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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