They say a chap
with a little of the classics can get $30 or 40,000, there, any day in the week.
I suppose the old chap
got around you somehow with his soft talk.
Watson; but it is this way," said he: "When I was speaking to the other chap
in London, at the time that he laughed at my not going to Mawson's, I happened to notice that his tooth was stuffed in this very identical fashion.
There can be no question that as a matter of morals it's a positive crime to give this chap
Then that chap
who flew round Paris and upset in the Seine.
like Thomson hasn't very much discretion, you see," Ralph Conyers remarked.
We pulled up at the beginning of the line, and pacified them, and we're never going to carry no more pea-shooters, unless they promises not to fire where there's a line of Irish chaps
He's only married a week, and I saw him and some other military chaps
We could get rid of them and their money afterwards by delivering them to their Mandarin or Taotai, or whatever they call these chaps
in goggles you see being carried about in sedan-chairs through their stinking streets.
That's what I'd do, I know, an' it 'ud be better fun a'most nor seein' two chaps
fight,--if it wasn't them chaps
as sold cakes an' oranges at the Fair, as the things flew out o' their baskets, an' some o' the cakes was smashed--But they tasted just as good," added Bob, by way of note or addendum, after a moment's pause.
who did that yelling seems to be in trouble
This yer chap
will be running all around, in a month.
Get behind the door, old chap
, and have the jack-towel betwixt you.
But it isna religion as was i' fault there; it was Seth Bede, as was allays a wool-gathering chap
, and religion hasna cured him, the more's the pity.
I'm not a particular chap
, wasn't brought up to it - no, nor squeamish either, but this is a bit thicker than anything I've ever knocked up against.