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  • AAAAH vi Poulinou mamour à moi passe demain me donner les foto de Gaby Gaby ...

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  • Pis aussi j'me suis permise un pitit Bonus Un Porte-Clef hidounet mamour version Rocket Dive Kioutesquement beau *.

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  • Enfin quand j'dis ca j'pense surtout a ma pitite Mathou mamour * pitit bisou doux* G enfin un pseudo MSN ...

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  • There was another letter from the mamour and another from Sawakin and a most tremendous lot of consultations, and at last my husband sent a letter to the mamour: 'Your Excellency, -- I have decided to go by Erba and

    Southern Arabia

  • The secretary gave me a tremendously heavy curved camel-stick of ebony, and the mamour besides a head-scratcher, which he had made me himself from an ibex horn, a stick of ibex horn, and seven and a half pairs of horns.

    Southern Arabia

  • Besides these head-men we had several minor sheikhs with us, and two soldiers sent by the mamour from his garrison at Mohammed Gol to see that we were well treated.

    Southern Arabia

  • The mamour was in European uniform, with a red shawl wound round his head, and sat on a very smart inlaid saddle which came up to his waist in front and reached to his shoulder-blades.

    Southern Arabia

  • While at Halaib I paid several visits to the wife and family of the mamour or governor.

    Southern Arabia

  • The three big sheikhs, by the advice of the mamour, were given 2_l_. apiece; the soldiers got ten shillings each -- far too much, he said; Mohammed Ismail, Sheikh Hassan Gabrin, Sheikh Moussa

    Southern Arabia

  • The little mamour Mohammed Effendi was delighted to see us, and we were soon drinking tea in his public arbour, surrounded by a crowd of now smiling faces -- the very same faces which had scowled upon us so dreadfully when we first landed.

    Southern Arabia

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