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an imaginary creature represented as a white horse with a long horn growing from its forehead

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At this moment the Unicorn sauntered by them, with his hands in his pockets.
It didn't hurt him,' the Unicorn said carelessly, and he was going on, when his eye happened to fall upon Alice: he turned round rather instantly, and stood for some time looking at her with an air of the deepest disgust.
The Unicorn looked dreamily at Alice, and said 'Talk, child.
Well, now that we HAVE seen each other,' said the Unicorn,
the Unicorn said, looking slyly up at the crown, which the poor King was nearly shaking off his head, he trembled so much.
You don't know how to manage Looking-glass cakes,' the Unicorn remarked.
cried the Unicorn, as Alice sat with the knife in her hand, very much puzzled how to begin.
and had just time to see the Lion and the Unicorn rise to their feet, with angry looks at being interrupted in their feast, before she dropped to her knees, and put her hands over her ears, vainly trying to shut out the dreadful uproar.
Do you know, I always thought Unicorns were fabulous monsters, too
I spent three days in wiring to Dundee, and at the end of that time I had ascertained the names of the crew of the SEA UNICORN in 1883.
It will feature the world's largest inflatable unicorn rodeo, an enchanted photo mirror, unicorn performers and a glitter stations.
Unicorns have been linked to Scotland for centuries and April 9 is Scotland's National Unicorn Day.
Caption: Clockwise from top left: Heinz Rosen and Jean Cocteau (and Unicorn) backstage after the 1953 premiere; the Unicorn; three unicorns in costume; Rosen rehearses members of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo for the U.
They will be able to visit him by riding a Unicorn Centre pony through a magical Christmas-themed course in the indoor arena.