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And Maggie had forgotten even her hunger at that moment in the desire to conciliate gypsy opinion.
Not Leonore, in that preternatural midnight excursion with her phantom lover, was more terrified than poor Maggie in this entirely natural ride on a short-paced donkey, with a gypsy behind her, who considered that he was earning half a crown.
The gypsy really meant to take her home, then; he was probably a good man, after all, and might have been rather hurt at the thought that she didn't like coming with him alone.
The little miss lost herself, I reckon," said the gypsy.
Equally, if your family name is Cooper, Smith, Young or Hero, you may discover you have gypsy blood.
And that too to Rajasthan for a rhythmic treat in the form the Jodhpur Flamenco and Gypsy Festival.
In time for Valentine's Day, the network's new series profiles the life, customs and lavish weddings of the tight-knit Gypsy community in the United States
Travellers can be divided into two groups: ethnic Travellers, such as Romany Gypsies, Scottish Gypsy Travellers and Irish Travellers; and those who live on the road for economic reasons, such as New Travellers and Showmen (Bowers, 2013).
PRISONS Jail fears over gypsy inmates PRISONERS of "Gypsy, Romany or Traveller" backgrounds are "significantly" over-represented in jails in England and Wales, inspectors have found.
There was no consultation with the gypsy and traveller community in Wales prior to this Act coming into force.
The brewery's first Gypsy collaboration will be a Belgian IPA brewed and bottled at Adlebert's Brewery in Austin, Texas.