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12 Days of Christmas Day 9 - January 2nd, 2019


Hi everyone, Today is DAY 9! For our 9th Day Of Christmas giveaway, we are giving away another $25 Pixie Faire Gift card! There are so many ways to spend $25 and so many new patterns coming out in 2020, you'll be thrilled with this chance to pick up a few, on us!

To enter the giveaway, scroll down to the bottom of the post to read the details...

 

12 Days Of Christmas - Sewing With Cinnamon Celebration!

DAY 1 - Day 12 Bonus For Sewing With Cinnamon! Just 4 Days left to take advantage of the promotional offer of $96.00 for an annual Sewing With Cinnamon membership. That's almost half-off the current rate of $14.99/month! This offer will be good for twelve days only - December 25th - January 5th, so don't miss out! 

When you sign up at this annual rate you are locked in at $96 per year indefinitely (or until you cancel). That's just $8 per month, and each month you get a coupon code for one free pattern from select brands. Today we're announcing the 4th brand added to the Sewing With Cinnamon bonuses!

If you're not interested in the annual subscription, you can also join at the monthly rate of $14.99 and cancel at any time. You will receive all of the bonuses and content for the current month, and subsequent months while you are a member.

Learn more about all the amazing benefits of the Sewing With Cinnamon membership community here: Sewing With Cinnamon and stay tuned as we announce all the surprises that will be offered to new and existing subscribers during the 12 days of Christmas celebration!

Day 2 Bonus - But wait, there's more!

To sweeten the deal even more, we've added a new bonus for all Sewing With Cinnamon members - the Liberty Jane Ginza Girl pattern and the full sew-along video is now a permanently free SWC bonus! Make this darling coat dress and capelet for your 18-inch American Girl doll with complete confidence! (This is a limited time giveaway)

Day 3 Bonus - Exciting news and a free pattern!

Begining in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! We're excited to announce the first one, 123 Mulberry Street! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the 123 Mulberry Street Gotchies pattern for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members!

Day 4 Bonus: Receive early bird access to free patterns throughout the year, before they go up for sale on Pixie Faire!

In December (the current SWC month), we featured the Thimbles and Acorns Silk Road Dress pattern as the focus of our monthly topic. The pattern is available exclusively to SWC members for free, before it is released to the general public in 2020. This is an additional bonus, on top of the monthly coupon code for one free pattern! We've seen such a great response to this, we plan to do this several times in 2020 as well! Join today and get access to this bonus while it's still available for members to download!

Day 5 Bonus: We are excited to announce that Sewing With Cinnamon members will receive FREE SHIPPING on any physical product sold & shipped on Pixie Faire! Check out the SWC Member Access page for details (In the Sewing With Cinnamon drop-down menu).


Day 6:  Another Brand Added To The Monthly Coupon!

We mentioned that beginning in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! Today, we're excited to announce the second one, Karen Lorraine Design! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the KLD Prairie Chic pattern for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members!

 

 

  

Day 7 Bonus: Sewing With CInnamon members can click here  (or go to the SWC Blog) to get an exclusive coupon code for $40 off the price of the DIY Style Cutting System Starter Set which is priced at $269! It's an amazing opportunity to grab this ingenious set!

 

Day 8 Bonus:  Another exciting brand added to the Sewing With Cinnamon Monthly Coupon code!

We mentioned that beginning in 2020 you'll notice that the monthly coupon code for a free pattern is expanding to include a few more select brands! Yay! Today, we're excited to announce the third one, Sew Urban! As an added bonus, we are now going to include the Sew Urban Urban Handbag for 18-inch dolls as a permanently free bonus for Sewing With Cinnamon members! Just click over to the Sewing With Cinnamon Bonuses section to grab your free bonus today!

  

 

Day 9: Couture Sewing Academy Limited time bonus!

We're adding the full Couture Sewing Academy course as a free bonus for new and existing Sewing With Cinnamon members. This course will be avaialbe for a limited time (through January 10th). Couture is a wild and wonderful world of amazing techniques, beautiful fabrics, and luxurious finished garments. Nothing can compare to holding a really beautifully constructed piece of clothing in your hands! Given the small scale of doll clothing, sewing doll couture specifically is an amazing canvas for these techniques, and provides a unique opportunity to workshop new methods and produce amazing art. 

 

 

 

 

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How To Enter The PF Gift Card Giveaway:

To enter today's giveaway, simply leave a comment in the box below finishing the sentence below, the most specific you are the more likely you will be to see a pattern created for that item!  

"My favorite fashion era is...  I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ...."

 

Comments must be left (on this blog post) by midnight (pacific), 1/2/2020.

One entry per person.

No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older to enter. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire.

The winner will be chosen randomly from the comments received and contacted through the email provided in the comment. We will update the post with the chosen winner as well on the following day.

Additionally, by commenting, you agree to allow us to use your comments for future promotional activities. In other words – we might quote you when we are putting together new testimonial pages. If you’re not okay with that – don’t leave a comment :)

We will choose a winner and modify this post tomorrow to let everyone know who won.

Okay, good luck, and if we’ve forgotten anything we will modify and/or update this post as needed.

We hope you enjoy our 12 Days Of Christmas Celebration. We are incredibly grateful for your ongoing support and wish you a happy holiday season, and a terrific new year!

Merry Christmas!

Cinnamon & Jason

& the whole Liberty Jane & Pixie Faire Team

PS. The daily gift card giveaway winners have been added to the corresponding posts the day after the giveaway's end. Here's a summary to date:

Day 1- Congrats to Donna C. She is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 2 - Congrats to RuthAnn D. she is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 3 - Congrats to Ann C. she is the winner of the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 4 -  Congratulations to Angelica V. She won the $25 gift card and has been contacted by email!

Day 5 - Congrats to Deb P. She won the $25 gift card and has been notified by email!

Day 6 - Congrats to Linda W. She won the $25 gift card and has been notified by email!

Day 7- 

Day 8 - Jan P.


100 Comments

Deb H
Deb H

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian.

Marcy Mahle
Marcy Mahle

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Victorian era. Lots of possibilities. I would love to see a pattern for AGAT and Carpatina Boy Doll as Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson and Irene Adler.

Julia
Julia

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Edwardian period. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a nightgown and wrap for that time. Slippers would be nice too!

Laura T.
Laura T.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Regency.

Hazel
Hazel

January 02, 2020

I just finished the Laura Ingall dress. It is so cute. So today it would be mid 1800’s. However, I love the ’40’s, ’50’s and ’60’s. Those were my school years. I love the clothing from that period. I would like to see saddle oxfords and boots.

Sue
Sue

January 02, 2020

my favorite era is the Victorian Era and I’d like to see a pattern with a bustle and parasol

Lois S
Lois S

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is…” the Civil War era. “I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ….” complete ensemble: the crocheted gloves, high-button shoes, hoop skirt, day dress, bonnet, crocheted shawl.

Laura S
Laura S

January 02, 2020

My favorite Fashion era was the 1920’s. Women started to step out in style of their own choosing not follow societies. Love the passion and the romance and the coming of the strong woman.

Lynda
Lynda

January 02, 2020

I think my favorite fashion era would be the 50’s. I love the glamour of that era. I would love to see more patterns for the 14" dolls.

Elizabeth N
Elizabeth N

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’s and regency. I would like to see a historical pattern for more 50s party dresses

Dena M
Dena M

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the late 1800’s.

Alison Galbraith
Alison Galbraith

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is probably Regency time of Jane Eyre, Pride and Prejudice etc. I would love to see patterns for traditional Country outfits I.e. Greek, Italian, Russian. I had a request for traditional Greek outfit for a girl doll. I researched and had to create my own design through trial and error. The customer was happy with my creation.

Dianne Mann
Dianne Mann

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’s. My childhood. I would love to see a historical pattern for little girl dresses from then.

Pat H.
Pat H.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60’s…..the bright, the flowered, the wild bellbottoms, mini skirts with high boots, all of it! And the 18" dolls look so adorable in them!

Judith
Judith

January 02, 2020

MY great grand daughter would like anything from the Frozen

Karen
Karen

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is 18th century

linda king
linda king

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Civil War southern belle dresses! I would love to see more patterns for ‘fancy’ dresses from that era

Constance J.
Constance J.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1750s to 1860s. It’s amazing how the fashion changed drastically within that time span. It’s much the same today, although not as drastic. I would like to see more shoes and accessories that fit the 1700-1800’s.

Janyce Shelt
Janyce Shelt

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1940’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a dress similar to ones won by deena Durbin in Lady on a Train

Judith
Judith

January 02, 2020

Regency – I would love to have a pattern for a Regency era ball gown.

Donna B
Donna B

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is current, but I love all eras. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a tokyo street fashion. I have the ones for what pixie faire currently offers, but the kawaii style is so colorful and playful it just seems perfect for the dolls.

Patricia
Patricia

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the 50’s and whatever after that is preppy.

Kristen
Kristen

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era for dolls is Victorian. I would never want to wear them, but they all look so beautiful and detailed. I would love to see Victorian style for the Wellie Wishers.

Jennier
Jennier

January 02, 2020

I love the 1920’s and Antebellum periods

Tamara
Tamara

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion eras are Colonial, Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian. I really can’t pick just one from those. Although there are many great patterns from all of these eras, I would like to see even more! This would include all aspects of clothing (women’s, men’s, children’s, undergarments for each, a greater variety of historical shoes/boots, accessories from these eras, etc.). The closer they look to the actual styles (which mean details and more details), the better.

Margaret Goodman
Margaret Goodman

January 02, 2020

I really don’t have one favorite fashion ere, but I tend to gravitate to the 1860’s-1910’s. But then I like the 1940’s, too! I just love it all. Just please keep making historical patterns of all times!

Marti
Marti

January 02, 2020

my favorite fashion era is the 60’s! Love those bright colors!

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the fifties or anything retro!

Alison
Alison

January 02, 2020

I LOVE the 1950’s dresses! I’m alittle nervous but it’s my new year project. I also love all the knitting patterns, my grand daughter’s doll is well dressed. Thank you Pixie Faire for everything!

Ruth
Ruth

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1930s. I would like to see a child’s historical pattern offered for a boy doll"

Vicky Wells
Vicky Wells

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is 1960 – 1970s. Love to see a pattern for bell bottoms, suede midi skirt, and hot pants.

Jessie
Jessie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1960s. I would love to see a historical pattern offered for some Jackie-O style dresses, coats and those adorable pillbox hats!

Linda
Linda

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is whatever the little girls are wearing today—and, as we know, fashions come back around! I think little girls like their dolls to dress like they do, including having costumes and activity gear they use: soccer, gymnastics, dance. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a teeny-bopper style from the 50s—some are already on the site, I just haven’t made any yet. I love the pattern hacks—they show how versatile your patterns can be!

Leslie Koepke
Leslie Koepke

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1940s. I love the Fabrics and the layering of clothing… And the buttons oh yes the buttons! I would like to see patterns for jackets and hats.

Olga
Olga

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Louis XVI style, I would like to see more patterns of the gowns worn by the Marie Antoinette.

Geraldine
Geraldine

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashions are from the 1950’s and 1960’s!! I would like to see more of a selection of patterns for the “A Girl for all Time” dolls, especially for each individual dolls time period. Their website doesn’t offer much of a selection.

moi
moi

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1950’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 1950’s poofy, wedding dress.

Cynthia
Cynthia

January 02, 2020

I really love the styles of historical fashion and enjoy dabbling in any era. But if I had to choose I would narrow it too the periods of the 1700 and 1800’s.

Carole D
Carole D

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 18 century. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 1800 century dress!

Sharon Thomas
Sharon Thomas

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is… I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a ….
I tend to sew for our grands, so what they want is what I sew. You and your designers have so many different patterns, I’m not sure if I could offer any new ideas. Since I am married to a Marine (once a Marine, always a Marine) my grands would like some Marine uniforms.

Janice
Janice

January 02, 2020

My favorite era was the 70’s. I do see that Pixie Fair has a number of patterns from that time.

Rita C.
Rita C.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the fancier dresses from the OLD WEST including the saloon girls and the lady entertainers. I would like to see more boy doll patterns.

KIm
KIm

January 02, 2020

The 1950’s because of the detail on the clothes.

Sue
Sue

January 02, 2020

My favorite eras are 1890 thru 1930. I love the bias cut silks and tea dresses of the 30s, the early sportswear, Chanel, Erte, cloche hats, bakelite jewelry, turbans, fitted jackets with peplums. Lots of piping details.

Barb M.
Barb M.

January 02, 2020

Oh, fun question! I love many fashion eras, but if pinned down would have to say 30’s through 50’s for fave. Things I’d like to see—older era style shoe patterns including saddle shoes, Regency, etc. (you have a great variety of more modern ones). Also, more easier/simpler historical patterns in Regency, Victorian, and Colonial eras that look authentic when done but don’t have 100 steps to them. This would make them more accessible to all ranges of sewing talent and less costly to sell the finished product too for a bigger audience. You offer quite a selection but most are very intricate and highly detailed.

Finally—an oddball request! I wish someone would create an Alice in Wonderland pattern including costumes for the white rabbit, Queen, Cheshire cat, etc. particularly in the 1950’s Golden Book/Disney movie Alice in Wonderland style. You already have several that would work for Alice’s dress.

*For those that are mentioning a poodle skirt—just type poodle into the search bar to find at least one and for the Holiy Hobbie dress a near identical one can be found by typing dress and bonnet into the search bar. I made my daughter one when she was two and our now 25 year old granddaughter also wore it, and we still have it. I also did see some simpler historical patterns too that I hadn’t noticed before and will try. Sorry for length of this, thanks!

Susan
Susan

January 02, 2020

I only wish I had the time to sew all the great Pixie Faire patterns. To stay home and sew doll clothes has been my dream since I was 12 years old. If only it could come true.

Kari
Kari

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1800’s and steampunk. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a aeronautics outfit like amelias in her performance dress at the beginning of Aeronauts movie.

Krynne
Krynne

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is… all of them! There are things I love from various eras and use them to sew cosplay outfits for my dolls.

I’d like to see more historical patterns offered for renaissance/middle ages for both men & women… and not just for the nobility/aristocrats, but some of the common clothing as well :)

Islander_58North
Islander_58North

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1910s (or some call them the 19Teens); the changes both in children’s and adult fashions are considerable. Women’s clothes went from elegant to useful in this 10 year span, with skirts being slim and to the floor ending with full, mid-calf styles. Children’s went from waisted to drop waisted dresses to full, very loose garments. A cornucopia of styles!

Sharon
Sharon

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the Roaring 20’s especially flapper dresses

MaryP
MaryP

January 02, 2020

I love the show Mrs. Maisel & all the 1950’s-1960’s outfits with matching hats
That would be my favorite

Mae Lynn Beck
Mae Lynn Beck

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is modern. I tend to want to make what is current. Since this is 2020 I would like to see some roaring 20’s fashion.

Linda N
Linda N

January 02, 2020

I think my favorite era is whatever the girls are wearing today. I tend to enjoy classic styles with a bit of trendy! Although I also love an occasional dip into the past!

Chriss
Chriss

January 02, 2020

I have lots of favorite fashion eras, but one that I think was covered really well this past year is the 60s. So many fun colorblocked dresses, shift mini dresses, and even Mondrian dresses released this year!

KATHY
KATHY

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60’s. Pants on women were bell bottoms and more excepted.

KATHY
KATHY

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60’s. Pants on women were bell bottoms and more excepted.

Donna
Donna

January 02, 2020

I love Victorian books and Victorian fashion.

Barb
Barb

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is all era’s, I really don’t have a favorite I like to sew everything. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a boy dolls and puffy sleeves. Thank you for all you do.

Julie
Julie

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 20s. I’d love to see more BJD patterns.

AnneC-E
AnneC-E

January 02, 2020

My favourite fashion era is “Mod” it was a combination of the roaring 20’s and early 20th century in line and form. I wish there were more fashions for slim dolls like the current Journey Girls and vintage Crissy, Cissy and the like.

Joanne Salerno
Joanne Salerno

January 02, 2020

One of my granddaughters likes period costumes and my other granddaughter loves anything cute and glitzy. I love them all.

Linda
Linda

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the western days when the dresses were long, aprons tied at the waist , and the womb wore bonnets. I would like to see a simple bonnet pattern for the AGD.

Arlene
Arlene

January 02, 2020

My favourite era would be the 1800’s. I love the style of those dresses. I have even made myself some for Halloween costumes.

Trudy
Trudy

January 02, 2020

I don’t have a favorite era I love them all! I love the clothes of the 70’s, Jane Austen, 20’s,

JoanE
JoanE

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1940’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a child’s seaside wardrobe”

Bethanne R
Bethanne R

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era-THE 50’s & 60’s!!!

Amy B
Amy B

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is roaring 20s! I’d like to see flapper dresses and headpieces.

Monique Venne
Monique Venne

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the mid-18th century. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a Court dress, similar to the Sophia Magdalena gown in Patterns of Fashions 5 by Janet Arnold (published last year), pages 94-98.

Jennifer
Jennifer

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the late 19th Century/Early 20th. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for “gibson girl” style clothing.

BonnieGayle
BonnieGayle

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1930’s to the 1950’s

Julie P.
Julie P.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is Civil War Era. I love all the layers that went into the styles – including the “unmentionables” and all of the slips. I’m just glad that I didn’t have to wear them, just my dolls!

Teri Stevens
Teri Stevens

January 02, 2020

My favorite era is the Civil War era. Would love to see more “Gone with The Wind” style of patterns!

Marion
Marion

January 02, 2020

Patterns for the Edwardian er would be nice to see.
Marion

Marion
Marion

January 02, 2020

Patterns for the Edwardian er would be nice to see.
Marion

Marilyn
Marilyn

January 02, 2020

The 50’s era I wold like to see patterns for.
Marilyn

Joan
Joan

January 02, 2020

I would like to see the 1940’s era.
Joan

Cynthia
Cynthia

January 02, 2020

I like the 60’s era with the bell bottoms, short skirts and soul music.

Rebecca M
Rebecca M

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the early 1960s—think The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. I would love a pattern for one of those open-in-front coat & dress combos. Don’t forget the hat! :)

Kathy R.
Kathy R.

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1960’s. Fashion was mainly simple, classy styles with understated elegance, as per Jackie Kennedy. The fashions were easy to wear and there was something flattering for every body type!

June
June

January 02, 2020

I love using your patterns and I get many compliments on my work. The unicorn pattern has been very popular for me. Little girls love it.

Linda Burris
Linda Burris

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the mid to late 1800s

Rose
Rose

January 02, 2020

I have fashion favorites from many eras.
Fashion styles rotate, what was old, becomes new!

Margit
Margit

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1960´s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a 18" doll.

pam
pam

January 02, 2020

I like clothing from the 50’s and 60’s. The patterns I have seen are just darling. I like to put my own personal touch on outfits.

Martha Reese
Martha Reese

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the mid 1800’s. I would like to see more hat patterns.

Heather
Heather

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the fancier dresses from the OLD West including the saloon girls and the lady entertainers

Grannie Frannie
Grannie Frannie

January 02, 2020

“My favorite fashion era is the 1950s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a poodle skirt with blouse and saddle shoes!”

Ksenia
Ksenia

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the medieval period, and I would love to see a historical pattern for more medieval clothing.

Lisa
Lisa

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era would probably be historical, such as Regency, Victorian, or Edwardian, although there is something to appreciate in every era. I’d like to see more patterns for Ellowyne Wilde dolls. Thank you!

Cindy T
Cindy T

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 1960’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for a poodle skirts and leather jackets from the 1960’s.

Lori G
Lori G

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the ‘70s. I’d love to see patterns for 18" and 14.5" dolls, which remind me of my childhood!!!!

Lori
Lori

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 50’s. I would like to see a historical pattern offered for poodle skirt.

Carol Johns
Carol Johns

January 02, 2020

My favorite era was the 50s and early 60s when my mother was in her 20s and 30s. I love the beautiful dresses that she used to sew and wear to church with the ankle strap sandals. I’d like to see more patterns for my Tyler Wentworth 16 in doll.

Joy
Joy

January 02, 2020

My fav fashion period would be 1600,s. I’d love to see more patterns of various countries national costumes

Joanne G
Joanne G

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion eras are too many to count! I love all of the historical patterns that I see, and collect the ones that I really want to sew.

Blue
Blue

January 02, 2020

My current favorite fashion era is the Roaring 20s. Would love to see a new pattern for American Girl.

T.A.D.
T.A.D.

January 02, 2020

20s and 40s. Would love see patterns for male dolls from these eras.

Rose
Rose

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is the 60"s. Loved the poodle skirts, can-can slips and saddle shoes. Remember wearing these items to school.

Karen Berkey
Karen Berkey

January 02, 2020

I like the Victorian styles and the styles of the 1920’s! I would also like to see princess styles for the Animator dolls!

Sheryl
Sheryl

January 02, 2020

My favorite fashion era is… I really like the regency, victorian & medieval eras. knights in shining armor and ladies and lords…. that kind of thing.

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