Jemima


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Jemima

(jēmī`mə), in the Bible, first daughter born to Job after his affliction.
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The gentleman opened the door, and showed Jemima in.
He was so polite, that he seemed almost sorry to let Jemima go home for the night.
He used to turn them over and count them when Jemima was not there.
At last Jemima told him that she intended to begin to sit next day--"and I will bring a bag of corn with me, so that I need never leave my nest until the eggs are hatched.
Where do you go every afternoon by yourself, Jemima Puddle-duck?
Jemima Puddle-duck had never heard him speak like that.
PRESENTLY Kep opened the door of the shed, and let out Jemima Puddle-duck.
Miss Pinkerton's attachment was, as may be supposed from the high position and eminent virtues of that lady, calm and dignified; but Miss Jemima had already whimpered several times at the idea of Amelia's departure; and, but for fear of her sister, would have gone off in downright hysterics, like the heiress (who paid double) of St.
said Miss Jemima to a young lady of whom nobody took any notice, and who was coming downstairs with her own bandbox.
Come away, Becky," said Miss Jemima, pulling the young woman away in great alarm, and the drawing-room door closed upon them for ever.
cried Miss Jemima, rushing to the gate with a parcel.
One of Reham's cousins has taken the extraordinary step of making a string of allegations about heiress Jemima, who has two sons with Imran, reported Daily Mail.