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“Murder had been planned, a gang-boss had been killed, and the murderers had broken their contracts by fleeing to the bush.”
“There he visited the strongly guarded mills, still making a feeble pretense of operating, talked with the harassed officials, the gang-boss of the strike-breakers, the "private guards," who had, in fact, practically assumed dominant police authority in the place; all of which was faithful to the programme arranged by Mr. Vanney.”
“Kwaque, a strapping gang-boss, plucked Gogoomy from out of his following, and, helped by the other gang-bosses; twisted his arms behind him and snapped on the heavy handcuffs.”
“Sheldon sent for a gang-boss and told him to bring ten of the biggest, best, and strongest Poonga-Poonga men.”
“One day the gang-boss noticed a tree that Dallas had left standing in a most unwoodmanlike manner in the section which was allotted to him.”
“One day the gang-boss noticed a tree that Dallas had left standing in a most unwood-manlike manner in the section which was allotted to him.”
“As soon as the writer was made gang-boss, one after another of the men came to him and talked somewhat as follows:”
“The gang-boss is secured for this purpose, and thoroughly does he know his business.”
“In the following book he describes some of his promotions to gang-boss, foreman, and finally, chief engineer.”
“Niels Arestrup is all too plausible as the jail gang-boss, coolly proprietorial with prisoners and guards alike, sporting a mask of impassive disdain through which world-weariness and fear gradually surface.”
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