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He begged Allen not to call him "camerado" or lift so often the perpendicular hand.
"How is it, Senor Frank; can you get me out, _camerado_?" asked Joe, with a quiver in his voice.
"Then let Sir Blaise handle his own staff, and you, camerado, take mine -- 'tis of a length with your enemy's -- and set to."
_The Abbot_, _vi. 440_; "reigned before me," vi. 444; "my _buon camerado_," vi. 459; his use of "gynocracy," _vi.
But, come, as you are to be a bon camerado, as the Spaniards say, I must put you in cash with some of your old uncle's broad-pieces.
But, come, as you are to be a bon camerado, as the Spaniards say, I must put you in cash with some of your old uncle’s broad-pieces.
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