crook


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But I don't see what that's got to do with the crook," pursued the secretary, with his relentless eyes boring deeper and deeper into mine.
Walk up and see one o' their blamed British crooks laid as low as the blamed carpet, and nailed as tight
My trap for crooks and cracksmen is a bottle of hocussed whiskey, and I guess that's it on the table, with the silver label around its neck.
In front of the large hall fire, over which hung the colonel's sword, the process was completed and the company, including the saturnine Crook, presented to Sir Leopold Fischer.
A radical does not mean a man who lives on radishes," remarked Crook, with some impatience; and a Conservative does not mean a man who preserves jam.
Well, well," observed Crook, airily, "don't let's quarrel.
I'm all for making a policeman into sausages," said John Crook.
That's true," admitted Crook, nodding eagerly and walking about.
Crook shall be clown; he's a journalist and knows all the oldest jokes.
Uncle is too absurd," cried Ruby to Crook, round whose shoulders she had seriously placed a string of sausages.
The pantomime was utterly chaotic, yet not contemptible; there ran through it a rage of improvisation which came chiefly from Crook the clown.
Timothy Crook, 51, lashed out at both his father Robert Crook, 83, and mother Elsie Crook, 76, in the bedroom of their Wiltshire home during a sustained and deadly attack.
Crook initially followed the deputy's instruction to get down on the ground, but then got up and started to flee, police said.
Crook was a Wanderers player between 1929 and 1934, but it was his 30 years as a scout which bore fruit for the club.
Cheryl Carling was left unconscious after she was set upon by former long-term partner Kevin Crook after a wake.