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  • s  moving and bending with ease

  • Fleet Street's old-fashioned rotary presses rolled off reams of front pages about the lithesome lass who seemed to have captured the Prince's heart.
  • The finest sight on Broadway this season is the lithesome legs of Noelle Adam, who dances in and out of Richard Rodgers' in-Paris-and-in-love musical, No Strings, in the role of a.
  • As the husband of Pauline, the lithesome daughter of a former member of Prime Minister Mackenzie King's Cabinet, Shapiro gets to see frauds and lechers in both ethnic camps.

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