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A number of visitors were sprinkled about Olaf van Noord's large and dirty studio, these being made up for the most part of those weird and nondescript enthusiasts who seek to erect an apocryphal Montmartre in the plains of Soho.
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Seated apart from his worshipers upon a little sketching stool, and handling a remarkably long, amber cigarette-holder with much grace, was Olaf van Noord.
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Olaf van Noord rose to meet Helen Cumberly and Denise Ryland, advancing across the floor with the measured gait of a tragic actor.
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This, Denise Ryland fully realized, but critics had grown so used to treating the work of Olaf van Noord as a joke, that "Our Lady of the Poppies" in all probability would never be judged seriously.
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Olaf van Noord bowed absently, and left her side to greet one who at that moment entered the studio.
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The chatty reporter (his name was Crockett) confided to Helen Cumberly: "She is not exactly a professional model, I think, Miss Cumberly, but she is one of the van Noord set, and is often to be seen in the more exclusive restaurants, and sometimes in the Cafe Royal.
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Our Lady of the Poppies' remarkable?" said Gianapolis, pleasantly. "I think," replied Denise Ryland,-to whom, also, the Greek had been presented by Olaf van Noord, "that it indicates... a disordered... imagination on the part of... its creator.
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When they departed, it was Gianapolis, and not Olaf van Noord, who escorted them to the door and downstairs to the street.
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He immediately began to talk of Olaf van Noord and his pictures, whilst Helen hurried along as though her life depended upon her speed.
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Following the lead set by "H. C." in the Planet ("H. C." was Helen Cumberly's nom de plume) and by Crocket in the Daily Monitor, the London Press had taken Olaf van Noord to its bosom; and his exhibition in the Little Gallery was an established financial success, whilst "Our Lady of the Poppies" (which had, of course, been rejected by the Royal Academy) promised to be the picture of the year.
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Mentally, Denise Ryland was again surveying that remarkable composition; mentally she was surveying Olaf van Noord's model, also.
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In short, she had determined to her own satisfaction that Mr. Gianapolis was the clue to the mystery; that Mr. Gianapolis was not (as she had once supposed) enacting the part of an amiable liar when he declared that there were, in London, such apartments as that represented by Olaf van Noord; that Mr. Gianapolis was acquainted with the present whereabouts of Mrs. Leroux; that Mr. Gianapolis knew who murdered Iris Vernon; and that Scotland Yard was a benevolent institution for the support of those of enfeebled intellect.
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The Memphis Cafe-it is actually a club-was founded by Olaf van Noord two years ago, and at present has a membership including some of the most famous artistic folk of London; not only painters, but authors, composers, actors, actresses.
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They are a special brand," explained Olaf van Noord, distractedly, "which I have imported for me from Smyrna.
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What does it mean, Mr. van Noord?
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Miss Cumberly, but she is one of the van Noord set, and is often to be seen in the more exclusive restaurants, and sometimes in the Cafe Royal.
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May I be allowed," said Olaf van Noord who stood beside him, "to present my friend Mr. Gianapolis, my dear Miss Cumberly?
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Toen de graven van Henegouwen ook het graafschap Holland verwierven, werd het Dietsche element in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden versterkt en een eerste, nog zwakke, band geknoopt tusschen Noord en Zuid.
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Examples of Noord

Example #1
I have no right to complain, whilst such good friends remain to me-such true friends."...
Example #2
Seated apart from his worshipers upon a little sketching stool, and handling a remarkably long, amber cigarette-holder with much grace, was Olaf van Noord.
Example #3
He had hair of so light a yellow as sometimes to appear white, worn very long, brushed back from his brow and cut squarely all around behind, lending him a medieval appearance.
Example #4
He wore a slight mustache carefully pointed; and his scanty vandyke beard could not entirely conceal the weakness of his chin.
Example #5
He greeted them aloofly, and a little negro boy proffered tiny cups of China tea.
Example #6
He was attired in a light tweed suit cut in an American pattern, and out from his low collar flowed a black French knot.