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“The native servant, whom she called the Lascar, looked mournful too, but he was evidently very faithful to his master.”
“It made her laugh and delighted her; but she knew he must be restored to his master -- if the Lascar was his master -- and she wondered how this was to be done.”
“The Lascar was a tall, handsome man, whose swarthy East”
“It seemed that the Indian Gentleman could not do enough to make her happy, and to repay her for the past; and the Lascar was her devoted slave.”
“He is not mad,' is a good stroke; it has more in it than the 'All alone' and the 'Lascar' put together.”
“For more affordable souvenirs, walk down Ladder Street, which is further down Hollywood Road, and immediately turn left onto Upper Lascar Row .”
“We hove over three hundred of them overboard, sir, along with both bosuns, most of the Lascar crew, and the captain, the mate, the third mate, and the first and third engineers.”
“But in 2001, after he won the Lascar Award, Edwards said he and Steptoe had decided not to let public opinion slow them down.”
“He gets called 'a little Lascar', which meant an Indian seaman, and there's a reference to Chinese-Indian parentage.”
“Lying, also dressed and also across the bed, not longwise, are a Chinaman, a Lascar, and a haggard woman.”
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