Hassall sentence example

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  • Hassall, 1901), a meritorious compilation and storehouse of facts, but not very readable.
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  • Hassall, Mazarin (1903).
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  • Hassall (1889); and by Walter Sichel (1901-1902), elaborate and brilliant, but unduly eulogistic. (P. C. V.)
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  • The Cressida by Diane Hassall is made to order and is an exquisite shoe that will show your good taste in fashion.
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