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According to Mackay, the growing popularity of tulips in the early 1600s caught the attention of the entire nation; "the population, even to its lowest dregs, embarked in the tulip trade".

As recently as 2004, in MHQ: The Quarterly of Military History, the misrepresentations regarding lack of night
vocals were done by Lou Barlow.

Despite its location only hours from Los Angeles, many people in Boron speak with an Oklahoman drawl.

In the Uk version, he speaks with a soft Caribbean accent; in the US version, he speaks in a mild Southern drawl.

"Quick witted, her rapid and varied flow of language contrasted with Angus L.'s deliberate, thoughtful manner of speaking, which some have described as a 'drawl'." In the American dub, he is known for speaking with an American-style southern drawl.

Incoming Golden Eagles are given a copy of The drawl their first week of school.

He has a thick southern drawl and claims to be from so far down south that St. Louis is "Yankee" territory to him.

The intense confrontation between the two old friends was interrupted by a deep drawl from the open doorway.

Perhaps uniquely, Coyne is blessed with the ability to drawl breathlessly.

They looked very expensive to this young pit-pony driver, Of course, he was an American gentleman with a definite American drawl.

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