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“Ha! Ha! Anonimo, I thought perhaps the dueno of that hotel was a gringo named "Sam.”
“Yo quise quemar este libro en presencia de su dueno, y esperandole un dia que me habia de venir a ver, supe que dos dias antes se habia ido a Avila, huyendo de la enfermedad de pintas que andaba entonces en Salamanca; y asi le queme aquella noche en mi celda en una chimenea que hay en ella.”
“Just possible the _dueno_ only cares for the tail-feathers, or the head and beak, or it may be but the legs.”
“For he, too, had long observed the behaviour of the young Tovas chief towards the daughter of his _dueno_.”
“The _dueno_ took out a piece of wire, and with one end tickled the eel; the other end being stuck into some gunpowder, which was wrapped loosely in a piece of paper.”
“When I crossed this stream before, with the _dueno_, neither he nor I felt the slightest shock to tell of eels being in it.”
“Nor is it likely he has forgotten, either, what the _dueno_ did.”
“I wonder he didn't do so long ago; and have often warned the _dueno_ of the danger we were in.”
“Since coming into possession, he has neglected his patrimony; indeed, spent the greater portion of it on cards, and evil courses of other kinds; for the _dueno_ of the ill-conditioned dwelling is Faustino”
“The house-servants, lazily drawing the huge door of the _saguan_, see that the _dueno_ is in ill-humour, which stirs them into activity; and in haste, they prepare the repast called for -- _desayuno_.”
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