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1 She has pure gypsy blood in her veins.
2 Old - fashioned gypsy caravans are painted wooden vehicles.
3 The gypsy had foretold that the boy would die.
4 I had my fortune told by Gypsy Rose at the fair.
5 Old - fashioned gypsy caravans are painted wooden vehicles that are pulled by horses.
6 In a tent an old gypsy woman was reading palms.
7 We were like a terrible gypsy encampment.
8 What a joke-a Gypsy setting fire to the forest.
9 It's all rather like an old-fashioned gypsy caravan.
10 Water Gypsy shuddered from bow to stern.
11 Suddenly a fat gypsy stood up.
12 We are a very strong caste, a gypsy caste.
13 Water Gypsy had definitely moved at her moorings, and now there were muffled sounds of movement.
14 The Gypsy expressed shock that I could tell such a fib, especially in this sacred place.
15 After two years, the Gypsy Moth Commission decided to go back to a version of their original plan.
16 Joanne described the gypsy caravan perfectly, even though she had never seen one, even in a picture.
17 These days, gypsy moth experts are more interested in the various ways the moths control themselves.
18 Fred is a Romany gypsy and made the caravan himself.
19 Worse,[www.Sentencedict.com] the Paris green was killing the trees as well as the gypsy moths.
20 Local councils would also have greater powers of eviction and be free of their legal duty to provide gypsy caravan sites.
21 With a perversity that the pest has become known for, the gypsy moth came roaring back a couple of years later.
22 There was also the busy social life of a Broadway gypsy.
23 In those optimistic times, the commission thought that if they just kept at it they could eventually eradicate the gypsy moth.
24 On the Monday night the orchestra arrived ready for the dress rehearsal of Gypsy Baron the next morning.
25 It would have been enormous fun, she thought wistfully, to help work Water Gypsy up and down the canal system.
26 It's a very young role and she has to lead the gypsy dance routine.
27 On the morning she saw him standing in the body of the church, dark as a gypsy in his morning suit.
28 Who remembers night sorties to see Yorkshire glow-worms and Gypsy Hill badgers?
29 He'd expected a clandestine rendezvous - curtained windows, locked doors - not a gypsy encampment.
30 Cardboard City all but vanished in the daytime, and reappeared like a gypsy camp at night.