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May 4 2009 English Culture Newsletter

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Mary, Mary Quite Contrary
Mary, Mary Quite contrary is a famous rhyme. But what does it mean? Can Silver bells mean torture instruments and cockle shells suggest infidelity? What about the pretty maids all in a row? Here are some thoughts!


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