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term of address for a man

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You quite puzzle me, sir," replied Phoebe, gazing inquiringly at the Judge.
Ancient hauberk, date of the sixth century, time of King Arthur and the Round Table; said to have belonged to the knight Sir Sagramor le Desirous; ob- serve the round hole through the chain-mail in the left breast; can't be accounted for; supposed to have been done with a bullet since invention of firearms -- per- haps maliciously by Cromwell's soldiers.
I have brought a much more charming person than Sir John.
When their cigars were lighted, Sir Nathaniel began.
Sir Leicester's cousins, in the remotest degree, are so many murders in the respect that they "will out.
I am Sir Richard of the Lea; then I will go seek him forthwith," said the Knight.
There is a person in the anteroom, sir," he said, "whom I think that you ought to see.
It is a source of the greatest satisfaction to me, Sir Alfred," the Minister was saying earnestly, "to find such royal and whole-hearted support in the city.
But if it is Sir Nigel Loring with whom you would speak, that is he upon the black horse.
But the gentlemen persuaded Caxton until at last he undertook to "imprint a book of the noble histories of the said King Arthur and of certaine of his knights, after a copy unto me delivered, which copy Sir Thomas Malory tooke out of certaine bookes in the Frenche, and reduced it into English.
LADY LUNDIE pointed significantly to the door, and addressed herself to Sir Patrick's private ear.
Please sir, I sneezed,' rejoined the boy, trembling till the little trunk shook under him.
The next day Sir Joseph Graybrooke, Sir Joseph's lawyer, Mr.
I was brought by the groom in the old carriage to Sir Pitt Crawley's town house, where, after John the groom had behaved most rudely and insolently to me (alas
She'd a pretty thick veil on, sir, but she raised it to pay me, and I should say she'd been crying.