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“One was Carin-Jama, otherwise The Silent; and the other was Bellin-Jama, The Boaster.”
“There is the taste of a McVitie's Boaster laced with mephedrone.”
“On my honour, he also had us served with a bird three times as large as Cleonymus,  and called the Boaster.”
“Boaster; although Sir John Boasters famous Shake-bag, but three weeks before, had fought against that incomparable Game-Cock of Squire”
“On my honour, he also had us served with a bird three times as large as Cleonymus, (1) and called the Boaster.”
“He was waiting for him at the head of the stairs; and on his approaching with the foolish and awkward air of a deluded villain, Well, said, or rather vociferated, he, Signor Boaster, Signor Captain, Signor Leave-it-to-me?”
“Boaster though he was, there was little doubt as to Jordan's efficiency or his courage.”
“For this he was named the Liar and the Boaster, and, though well liked, derided.”
“Boaster!" said Traverse to himself, as he also left the library by another door.”
“Chibiabos, sang a melodious love-song, and when this was finished, Iagoo the Boaster, jealous of the praise and applause bestowed on the musician, told one of his most marvelous stories, and well pleased the wedding-guests took their departure.”
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