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Dutch
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  • Babbitt’s green and white Dutch Colonial house was one of three in that block on Chatham Road.
  • The market gardens in Dutch Hollow, their shanties patched with corrugated iron and stolen doors.
  • II There was nothing of the giant in the aspect of the man who was beginning to awaken on the sleeping-porch of a Dutch Colonial house in that residential district of Zenith known as Floral Heights.
  • Well, to tell the truth, Mrs. Overbrook, thing that hits me best is a great big beefsteak at a Dutch restaurant in the Loop!
  • He sat at a glass-covered table in the Art Room of the Inn, with its painted rabbits, mottoes lettered on birch bark, and waitresses being artistic in Dutch caps; he ate insufficient lettuce sandwiches, and was lively and naughty with Mrs. Sassburger, who was as smooth and large-eyed as a cloak-model.

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  • The Dutch are famous for their tulips.
  • Rembrandt is my favorite Dutch painter.

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