curiosity shop


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curiosity shop

nKuriositätenladen m
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Kit made his way through the crowded streets, dividing the stream of people, dashing across the busy road-ways, diving into lanes and alleys, and stopping or turning aside for nothing, until he came in front of the Old Curiosity Shop, when he came to a stand; partly from habit and partly from being out of breath.
Martin Chuzzlewit' was a favorite book with him, and so was the 'Old Curiosity Shop.
He wrote no answer at all but a day or two afterward he found in a curiosity shop a grotesque little statuette in ivory, of the sixteenth century, which he sent off to Babcock without a commentary.
And now," she continued, having received the information and the pot of honey, having been introduced to Mary, and having insisted that they should accompany her back to the ruins, since in a town with so many turnings, such prospects, such delightful little half-naked boys dabbling in pools, such Venetian canals, such old blue china in the curiosity shops, it was impossible for one person all alone to find her way to the ruins.
Why we must not close The Old Curiosity Shop THE tedious debate and faux outrage over the small field sizes at Kempton overshadowed racing on Monday.
Browse Natural Selection (775/376-2282), a curiosity shop that has everything from succulents to preserved animal bones to butterflies.
She survived a lightning strike that killed the women around her, before spending years helping her father find ammonites and other fossils to sell to tourists in his curiosity shop.
And if you're missing the BBC TV series Dickensian, or you have a favourite Dickens character, then you may find them on a the new wallpaper design featuring Oliver Twist, The Pickwick Papers and The Old Curiosity Shop.
Buildings described in Dickens' novels were recreated for the BBC series including The Three Cripples pub from Oliver Twist, Fagin's Lair from Oliver Twist and The Old Curiosity Shop.
Transporting you back to 19th century London, this 20-part series of half-hour instalments will reveal what Miss Havisham was like before she was dumped, how Nancy met ruffian Bill Sikes, what Jacob Marley got up to before he haunted old Scrooge, and what bizarre events are going on at the Old Curiosity Shop.
Ripper Street BBC1 9pm DRAMA The Victorian coppers are tasked with solving a murder in a curiosity shop.
Finlay's Casebook (1962) and The Old Curiosity Shop (1962) and in the movie The Omen (1976).