[ awrt-see ]
/ ˈɔrt si /
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Em·mus·ka [em-moosh-ko], /ˈɛm mʊʃ kɒ/, Baroness, 1865–1947, English novelist, born in Hungary.
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Baroness Orczy is to be congratulated on a distinctly ingenious idea.
How he manages to turn it all to favour and romance you must allow Baroness Orczy to tell you herself.
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Baroness Emmuska (ˈɛmʊʃkə). 1865–1947, British novelist, born in Hungary; author of The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905)
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