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  • Now for the huntsman's part; he calls the stanchest seizers to his side, gives them a cheer on, and steps into the torrent, knife in hand.

    The Rifle and The Hound in Ceylon

  • Even the stanchest of Spencer's followers will not go farther.

    Chapter 36

  • “The people suffer and sweat, and swear, morning, noon and night, and wear out their stanchest energies fanning themselves,” Twain noted after passing through town en route to San Francisco.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

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    Think Progress » “Frist told reporters

  • I was very lucky, however, in meeting such a friend, and now reckon him as one of the stanchest allies of the house of Pomfret, Daguilar, and

    Tales of all countries

  • I lay my commands upon you as your uncle and guardian, and I may say also as your best and stanchest friend, to be true to the solemn engagement which you have made with this young man.

    The Golden Lion of Granpere

  • Gondin was a good deal at the hotel during the day, and perhaps he was the stanchest supporter of the Swiss aspirant.

    The Golden Lion of Granpere

  • But as I was saying, he is the best-tempered creature alive, and the stanchest friend I ever met.

    Can You Forgive Her?

  • The stanchest workers were celebrating 1 May at the university stadium with the police ringing the university and the workers.

    MAY DAY CELEBRATION

  • The column had purged itself, the weak ones had left, the ones who could not take it had quit, and those who were left were the most strongwilled, the stanchest, the firmest, and the hardest.

    CAMAGUEY YOUTH ORGANIZATION

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