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Olwen

[ol-wen] /ˈɒl wɛn/
noun, Welsh Legend.
1.
a princess, the daughter of Ysbaddaden Chief-giant.
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  • "I shan't be able to lunch with you today, Mrs. Newton," Olwen said rather quickly.

  • "Never mind, Olwen fach," he said, with a hand on her shoulder.

  • The young prince went to his father, who commanded Bran Dhu to come and see him, bringing the fair Olwen with him.

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  • The first glance showed Olwen that it was not just "down" for the night.

  • After an evening of ecstasy such as Olwen had lived through upon those iridescent waves, what could the girl expect?

  • All alone in her room, Olwen clapped her hands over this idea.

  • Olwen had been made to realize that from the first time she had set foot in the courtyard under those arches and that clock.

  • This is what Olwen would have thought, and what Mrs. Cartwright herself would have said.

  • Olwen gave a little sigh; a breeze to carry the ship of this Adventure.

  • But Olwen was in no mood for writing any letters of her own.

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