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  • But I'm a cook now and the Hungarian's notions about variable notation are no longer something I have to deal with.

    Paprikás with Beef

  • But I'm a cook now and the Hungarian's notions about variable notation are no longer something I have to deal with.

    Red Beans and Rice

  • Late in the evening, after the showing of the Hungarian's line of clothing, I left.

    Borrowed Finery, A Memoir

  • De Verceuil quickly dismissed the Hungarian's testimony.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel

  • As well as Dealer Dan's lot, the government salvage yard and that of the Bankrupt Hungarian were, of course, close by the spaceport The Hungarian's lot sported an ancient sun-tarnished sign - BARGAINS!

    The Rolling Stones

  • 'Look, boys, I can't let you go over to the Hungarian's.

    The Rolling Stones

  • Colette with her beauty, Wanda with her talent, her impishness, her graceful and voluptuous attitudes, electrified the spectators, especially in a long monologue, in which Pierrot contemplated suicide, made more effective by the passionate and heart-piercing strains of the Hungarian's violin, so that old Rochette cried out: "What a pity such a wonder should not be upon the stage!"

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • The Hungarian's intolerance of the Slav does not proceed from unworthy jealousy, but rather from an exaggerated idea of the importance of his own country, and of the evils which might befall it if the old Serb stock began to renew its ancient glory.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878

  • Hungarian's eye when he speaks of the events of 1848 which is equalled only by the lightnings evoked from his glance by the magic echoes of the

    Lippincott's Magazine, December 1878

  • The Hungarian's best stock in trading with Father was to look young and pathetically threadbare, to smile and shake his head and say playfully, as though he were trying to hide his secret generosity by a pretense of severity, "But of course I'd charge you a commission -- you see I'm a hard-hearted fella."

    The Innocents A Story for Lovers


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