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Anglo-Saxon
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Through the Looking-Glass
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  • ’He’s an Anglo-Saxon Messenger—and those are Anglo-Saxon attitudes.
  • ’He’s an Anglo-Saxon Messenger—and those are Anglo-Saxon attitudes.
  • Haigha replied eagerly, coming in front of Alice to introduce her, and spreading out both his hands towards her in an Anglo-Saxon attitude.
  • ’This young lady loves you with an H,’ the King said, introducing Alice in the hope of turning off the Messenger’s attention from himself—but it was no use—the Anglo-Saxon attitudes only got more extraordinary every moment, while the great eyes rolled wildly from side to side.
  • There was no one to be seen, and her first thought was that she must have been dreaming about the Lion and the Unicorn and those queer Anglo-Saxon Messengers.

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  • Promise me—incidental to the issue—Anglo-Saxon—dirty word—Childe Roland.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • He looked over his notes again and again—the first English dictionary, the growth of the English language, William Shakespeare, words from French and German, new words, old words, new inventions, Anglo-Saxon words, Latin and Greek roots, American English—it all became a big jumble in his mind.
    Andrew Clements  --  Frindle

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