Emmy Oliver

Author: Robin Benway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471144143
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Emmy and Oliver were going to be best friends forever, or maybe even more, before their futures were ripped apart. But now Oliver is back, and he's not the skinny boy-next-door that used to be Emmy's best friend.

Positively

Author: Courtney Sheinmel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416971696
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“Okay, Emmy Lou,” he said. “Ciao.” It was one of his things—saying hello or good
-bye in another language. I thought it was incredibly dumb. Meg waved to me
from the car. Lisa and I took the elevator up to her apartment so I could drop off
my stuff. When we walked in the door, the baby crawled up to her and she
scooped him up. “Hey, Ollie-boy,” Lisa said. “Say hi to Emmy.” Oliver opened and
closed his hand into a little fist. “Good waving,” Lisa told him. He twisted in her
arms and ...

The History Of Tom Jones A Foundling

Author: Henry Fielding
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There's ' J emmy Oliver, of our regiment, he narrowly escaped ' being a pimp too,
and that would have been a thousand ' pities; for d—n me if he is not one of the
prettiest ' fellows in the whole world; but he went farther than ' I with the old cull,
for J emmy can neither write nor ' read.' _ 'You give your friend a very good
character,' said the lieutenant, ' and a very deserved one, I dare say. ' But prithee,
Northerton, leave off that foolish as well 'as wicked custom of swearing; for you
are ...

The History Of Tom Jones A Foundling

Author: Henry Fielding
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1775412539
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... his pocket, d— n me, if ever I come at it, if I don't burn it. And there's Corderius,
another d—n'd son of a whore, that hath got me many a flogging." "Then you
have been at school, Mr Northerton?" said the lieutenant. "Ay, d—n me, have I,"
answered he, "the devil take my father for sending me thither! The old put wanted
to make a parson of me, but d—n me, thinks I to myself, I'll nick you there, old cull,
the devil a smack of your nonsense shall you ever get into me. There's J emmy
Oliver, ...

The Miscellaneous Works Of Henry Fielding Tom Jones

Author: Henry Fielding
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And there's Corderius, another d—d son of a whore, that hath got me many a
flogging.” “Then you have been at school, Mr. Northernton ?” said the lieutenant. “
Ay, d-n me, have I,” answered he; “the devil take my father for sending me thither.
The old put wanted to make a parson of me, but d—n me, thinks I to myself, I'll
nick you there, old cull; the devil a smack of your nonsense shall you ever get into
me. There's J emmy Oliver, of our regiment, he narrowly escaped being a pimp
too, ...

Official Journal Of The Proceedings Of The Senate Of The State Of Louisiana

Author: Louisiana. Legislature. Senate
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Buflington, Beranlt, Chew Ducros, DsRussy, Defreese, Evans, Gardere, H "hymns
, Haralson, Kidd, Lavcrgne, Macmurdo Emmy, Oliver, Pearce, Phillips, Pellerin,
Ryan, itinhardson, Simmes, St. Paul, Taylor, Withers and Walker-26 yeas. N0 nay
. Oonse uently said nomination was unanimously confirmdh. On motion of Mr.
Pearce, the Executive Session adjourned and the doors were ordered to be
opened. Tnunsnsr, February 21, 1856. Hon. 0. H. Mouton, Lieutenant Governor
and ...

The Works Of Henry Fielding

Author: Henry Fielding
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There's J emmy Oliver, of our regiment, he narrowly escaped being a pimp too,
and that would have been a thousand pities; for d—n me if he is not one of the
prettiest fellows in the whole world' but he went further than I with the old cull, foi'
Jemmy can neither write nor read." “You give your friend n V013' good character,"
said the lieutenant, “ and a very eserved one, I dare say. But prithee, Northerton,
leave off that foolish as well as wicked custom of swearing; for you are deceived I
 ...