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- indeed, they are most potent in potting: your Dane, your German, and your swag-bellied Hollander—Drink, ho!—are nothing to your English. [...] Why, he drinks...
- Engravers. Macmillan. p. 146. "SWAGERS, Charles (born 1792), Painter". Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Oxford Index. Bellier de La Chavignerie, Émile (1821-1871)...
- Élisabeth Swagers (born Méri) (c. 1775 – 1837) was a French painter and miniaturist. Born in Paris, Swagers was a pupil of Augustin Pajou, Adélaïde Labille-Guiard...
- Van Speagle and translated by John Taylor (the real author), 1637. See Swag-Bellied Hollanders and Dead-Drunk Almaines: Re****tion and Pseudo-Translation...
- Caroline Swagers (born 28 August 1808) was a French painter of miniatures. Swagers was born in Paris, the daughter of painters Franz and Élisabeth Swagers; her...
- seventh chief of MacLean, received the sobriquet of "Bronnach", or swag-bellied, on account of his cor****nce. He was with his father on the fatal field...
- comedian and YouTuber. In June 2020, Suno released his debut studio album, Swag Like Mike, dedicated to entertainment figures such as Michael Jordan, Mike...
- the belly of the blade or a hollow grind of the edge, and of which two or three may be used on each side of the blade. Fuller (metalworking) Swaging "Knife...
- Beck "Midnight Special by Lead Belly "My Block by Scarface "Night Flight from Houston" by Laurie Anderson "Purple Swag" by A$ap Rocky "Rainy Day in Houston"...
- Polish national costume, consisting of a gown with a cutaway, draped and swagged overskirt, worn over an underskirt or petticoat. From the late 19th century...