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Lugging the Stanley Cup like a milkmaid with her yoke can work for a bit, but soon Alex Ovechkin’s shoulder muscles begin to ache.
Or Brock Collection, with its lacy milkmaids-at-the-Petit Trianon cherry-print frocks, rough linens and Watteau florals.
In 1796, Jenner took pus from a cowpox pustule on the hand of an infected milkmaid and injected it into the arm of an 8-year-old boy.
Trust us, these low-lying plaits aren't for your average milkmaid.
The protagonist, one Reginald Bunthorne, is a foppish aesthete who’s gained star status but is frustrated in his attempts to win the heart of the titular milkmaid Patience.
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