“Then he wint around, and jumped on Tid while the bhoy was a pullin 'his sthring like smoke, makin' worse groanings than any time yit.”
“Among them, one recalls bhoy, which entered our political slang in the middle 40s and survived into our own time.”
“Then I bought in New York a large photographic portrait of a Northern "bhoy," recently released from captivity in the Libby prison, and who, by insufficient food, had been reduced literally to the condition of a skeleton; but photographs as painful might have been taken, I am afraid, of desperate cases of atrophy in the Lincoln Hospital at Washington .....”
“(Now that I think on it, if Megrahi was obliged to spend 8 years in a cell watching Rangers, maybe he was entitled to a bit of compassion after all.) bhoy oh bhoy”
“September 14th, 2006 at 10:51 am animal bhoy says:”
“Faith," said Mick, on my telling him this, "it'll be moighty onplisint fur ye, Tom, me bhoy; thet gimblet oye ov his sames to go roight thro 'an' thro 'me, begorrah, if he ivver onst looks at me sure!”
“Sure, sor, the toob toombled down atop ov this poor bhoy here, an 'a'most made gammy duff ov him!”
“For a moment Slavin stared after Redmond's crouching form, as his subordinate disappeared in the gloom, "Thrust no harm comes tu th 'lad," he muttered irresolutely, "quick as a flash is th 'bhoy wid his head, eyah! but he's inclined tu be over rash at toimes.”
“Nay!" he said sharply, and with curious eagerness, "Du not 'chrown' um bhoy! lave um tu me!”
“Yeh're tellin 'th' trute, bhoy, yeh're tellin 'th' trute!”
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