Three Sisters


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Three Sisters

Three volcanic peaks in the Cascade Range of west-central Oregon. The highest rises to 3,157 m (10,358 ft).
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But when early in the winter of this year Levin came to Moscow, after a year in the country, and saw the Shtcherbatskys, he realized which of the three sisters he was indeed destined to love.
Miss Adelaide; Miss Caroline; and Miss Julia--this last being the youngest and the best of the three sisters, in my opinion; and I had opportunities of judging, as you shall presently see.
These houses belonged to three sisters, all endowed with fairy gifts, and all so alike in mind and person that they wished their houses and garments to be equally alike.
The operator had married the daughter of a dentist who was the youngest of three sisters.
You know, Catiche, that we- you three sisters, Mamontov, and my wife- are the count's only direct heirs.
I've managed to save something every year, and that with helping my three sisters now and then, and tiding poor Cousin Mike over bad seasons.
There were once upon a time three sisters, quite transparent, and very beautiful.
Alexandra now joined in, and it looked as though the three sisters were going to laugh on for ever.
There were three sisters yonder, the daughters of a farrier, and, by these ten finger-bones
So when he was comfortably seated on his throne, and so thoroughly the master of the situation, that all Europe was waiting for leave to do anything for him that he might happen to want; as he had four brothers and three sisters, he said to us, just as it might be by way of conversation, in the order of the day:
Curran of Holden, with whom she lived; three sisters, Anne Brooks of Auburn, Dorothy Butler of Holden, Lucy Orton of Oregon, and many nephews and nieces, and her special angel, Serafina Quinn and loving nephew, George LaConte.
Hoffard is survived by three sisters, Marie Dietrich, Helen Jolley and Dolores Thurman; and two brothers, Bud and George Hoffard.