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Mother Teresa
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Don Quixote
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  • At these words her mother Teresa Panza came out spinning a bundle of flax, in a grey petticoat (so short was it one would have fancied "they to her shame had cut it short"), a grey bodice of the same stuff, and a smock.
  • And then, skipping, running, and capering, the girl reached the town, but before going into the house she called out at the door, "Come out, mother Teresa, come out, come out; here’s a gentleman with letters and other things from my good father."

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    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory
  • We called her Mother Teresa.
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