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575 examples of emilie in sentences

"Respectfully yours, "EMILIE v. GLEICHEN-RUSSWURM, geb.

The conversation last recorded, between Emilie and Joe, took place a few days before Christmas.

Every one noticed that Joe was more silent and thoughtful than usual, but he was not so morose; he received the little attentions of his friend more gratefully, and was especially fond of having Emilie talk to him, sing to him, or read to him.

Emilie and her aunt were spending a few days at the Parkers' house, and it seemed to add very much to Joe's comfort.

This Emilie was like a spirit of peace pervading the whole family.

Edith confessed to Emilie one day that she thought Emma and Caroline wonderfully improved, and as to her mamma, how very seldom she was cross now.

perhaps so, but I am sure I am much happier than I was, Emilie.

You may be sure that Emilie and aunt Agnes were quite up to the preparations for this Christmas tree, and so much the more welcome were they as Christmas guests.

" "A capital thought," said Emilie, and she took his purse, promising to lay out what was needful to the best advantage.

Joe helped Emilie and the Miss Parkers very efficiently as he lay "useless," he said, but they thought otherwise, and gave him many little jobs of pasting, gumming, etc.

It was a beautiful tree, I assure you; but Joe had a great deal of mysterious talk with Emilie, apart from the rest, which, however, we must not divulge until Christmas eve.

Edith was very curious to know its contents; so was Fred, so was John; Emilie only smiled.

Still he felt very desolate, still he could scarcely believe in Emilie's assurance, "You may have God for your friend," and something of this he told Miss Schomberg, when she came to sit by him for awhile.

Do you recollect that evening, Emilie?

So I am now at times, my evil thoughts and feelings cling so close to me, and I have no longer you, dear Emilie, to warn and to encourage me, but I have Jesus still.

I owe you a great deal Emilie; you taught me to love, you showed me the sin of temper, and the beauty of peace and love.

Ever dear Emilie, Your affectionate EDITH.

Emilie seems like a sister to us, and she enters into all our feelings as well us you could do yourself.

There was that in the action which convinced Emilie that John was aware of his friend's state and they quietly sat down to watch him.

"I have been asleep, Emilie, a beautiful sleep, I was dreaming of my mother; I awoke, and it was you.

Leave me a moment, quite alone with John, will you, Emilie?

Emilie soon returned; it was to see him die.

R72044, 27Dec50, Emilie Bleecher Noble (W) HEAR, O ISRAEL, by Mary Beecher Longyear.

R68722. Der Kirchenchor. LORING, Emilie.

SEE Loring, Emilie.

SEE Knipe, Emilie Benson.

KNIPE, EMILIE BENSON.

Now and then, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe; illustrated bv Emilie Benson Knipe.

Now and then, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe; illustrated bv Emilie Benson Knipe.

SEE Wilson, Ira B. LORING, EMILIE.

SEE Loring, Emilie. LORING, SELDEN M. The solitary horseman.

SEE Loring, Emilie. LOTI, PIERRE, PSEUD.

SEE Farigoule, Louis. ROMIEU, EMILIE.

La vie de George Eliot, par Emilie et Georges Romieu.

SEE Romieu, Emilie.

FITE, EMILIE.

Excerpt from a letter dated March 20, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Emilie B. Hulin.

HULIN, EMILIE B. There is a need of a revival of religion in our ranks.

SEE Lorimer, Graeme. LORING, EMILIE. As long as I live.

SEE Loring, Emilie. LORING, SELDEN M. As long as I live.

SEE Loring, Emilie.

SEE Fergus, Ernest N. HANAWALT, LESLIE L. Writing from observation, by Leslie L. Hanawalt & Emilie A. Newcomb.

ยฉ 24Mar43; A172322. United States Naval Institute (PWH); 9Dec70; R496494. LORING, EMILIE. When hearts are light again.

SEE LORING, EMILIE. LORING, SELDEN M. When hearts are light again.

SEE LORING, EMILIE.

Emilie Y. Muzzey (W of D. S. Muzzey); 8Sep70; R490916. MUZZEY, EMILIE Y. American history for colleges.

Emilie Y. Muzzey (W of D. S. Muzzey); 8Sep70; R490916. MUZZEY, EMILIE Y. American history for colleges.

By Emilie Loring.

Madame Jules Boucher, nee Leonie Emilie Abraham (W); 8Jul75; R609211.

By Dikken Zwilgmeyer, translated by Emilie Poulsson, illus.

By Emilie Loring.

R87547. SEE Loring, Emilie.

LORING, EMILIE. Here comes the sun!

SEE Loring, Emilie.

SEE Knipe, Emilie Benson.

KNIPE, EMILIE BENSON.

Now and then, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe; illustrated bv Emilie Benson Knipe.

Now and then, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe; illustrated bv Emilie Benson Knipe.

Co. (PWH) LORING, EMILIE.

GILCHRIST, MARIE EMILIE. Wide pastures.

ยฉ 27Apr26, A890529. R121806, 7Dec53, Marie Emilie Gilchrist (A) GILMAN, HENRY, ed.

SEE Wilson, Ira B. LORING, EMILIE.

SEE Loring, Emilie. LORING, SELDEN M. The solitary horseman.

SEE Loring, Emilie. LOTI, PIERRE, PSEUD.

SEE Knipe, Emilie Benson.

KNIPE, EMILIE BENSON.

Treasure-trove, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe. Illus.

A patriot maid and other stories, by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe.

Donald H. Sweet & Minnie S. Monti (C); 29Jul55; R153627. LORING, EMILIE.

SEE JOHN GABRIEL, SISTER, ESTATE OF. LORING, EMILIE.

SEE LORING, EMILIE. LORING, SELDEN M. It's a great world.

SEE LORING, EMILIE.

Emilie Fite (W); 18Nov63; R326061. CAIN, JAMES M. Brush fire.

FITE, EMILIE.

Excerpt from letter dated April 14, 1892 from Mary Baker Eddy to Emilie B. Hulin.

HULIN, EMILIE B. Honesty and meekness are as inseparable from Christian Science as light from the day.

Excerpt from a letter dated March 20, 1901 from Mary Baker Eddy to Mrs. Emilie B. Hulin.

JOHNSON, EMILIE FENDALL.

Maud Petersham (A & W of Miska Petersham) & Emilie Fendall Johnson (A); 27Nov68; R449815.

LORING, EMILIE. Stars in your eyes.

SEE LORING, EMILIE. Where beauty dwells.

SEE LORING, EMILIE. LORING, SELDEN M. Stars in your eyes.

SEE LORING, EMILIE. Where beauty dwells.

SEE LORING, EMILIE.

By Julian L. Maline, Sister Marie Angela & Sister Marie Emilie.

By Julian L. Maline, Sister Marie Emilie, Sister Marie Angela & Donald MacLean Tower, illus. by Guy Brown Wiser.

By Julian L. Maline, Sister Marie Angela, Sister Marie Emilie, Donald MacLean Tower & Cora J. Russell.

By Julian L. Maline, Sister Marie Emilie, Sister Marie Angela, Donald MacLean Tower & Cora J. Russell.

By Dikken Zwilgmeyer, translated by Emilie Poulsson, illus.

In the role of Emilie: "He may in falling crush thee 'neath his fall" at sight of her crushed lover Emilie must recoil in terror, and not seem to add the weight of her body to that which crushes the victim.

In the role of Emilie: "He may in falling crush thee 'neath his fall" at sight of her crushed lover Emilie must recoil in terror, and not seem to add the weight of her body to that which crushes the victim.

Very rarely have club women even so much felicity as the New York State Federation, whose legislative chairman, Miss Emilie Bullowa, reported that she was unable to find a single unimportant inequality in the New York laws governing the property rights of women.

[Illustration: MISS EMILIE BULLOWA.]

Among the beauties of the Court we find the Duchesse de Fedari, the Duchesse de Gesores, the Comtesse de Sabran at one extreme; and actresses like Emilie, Desmarre, and La Souris at the other, pretty butterflies of the footlights who appealed to the Regent no more than Madame d'Averne, the gifted pet of France's wits and literary men, the most charming "blue-stocking" of her day.

To the pretty actress, Emilie, whose heart was so completely his, he always acted with a characteristic generosity and forbearance; and her conduct is by no means less pleasing than his.

To the son of the dean of Christ Church, the boy of fourteen, who played Emilie in the dress of a princess, her compliment was still higher.

NO. 295 TO EMILIE M. AT H. Teplitz, July 17, 1812.

My Dear Good Emilie, My Dear Friend!

If, my dear Emilie, you at any time wish to know something, write without hesitation to me.

If you wish, dear Emilie, to write to me, only address straight here where I shall remain for the next four weeks, or to Vienna; it is all one.