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  • That Miss Flora Millar, the lady who had caused the disturbance, has actually been arrested.
  • Flora was a dear little thing, but exceedingly hot-headed and devotedly attached to me.
  • It is thought that Flora decoyed my wife out and laid some terrible trap for her.
  • I do not think Flora would hurt a fly.
  • At some evidence implicating Flora Millar in the disappearance.
  • This dress does implicate Miss Flora Millar.
  • F. H. M.’ Now my theory all along has been that Lady St. Simon was decoyed away by Flora Millar, and that she, with confederates, no doubt, was responsible for her disappearance.
  • And she was afterwards seen walking into Hyde Park in company with Flora Millar, a woman who is now in custody, and who had already made a disturbance at Mr. Doran’s house that morning."

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  • flora and fauna of the region
  • He studied the flora of southern California.

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