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  • Mr. Pathurst, this voyage ain't started yet, and this old stiff's a long way from his last legs.

    CHAPTER XIV

  • It says quite a bit about the sincerity of a politician who stiff's his constituency within a year of being elected by them in good faith.

    Parker Griffith's staff resigns

  •  I thought I could stand to watch them do an autopsy one time, but when that guy fired up that drill and started drilling into the stiff's skull I was outta there!

    s Dead

  • Used to be the working stiff's form of coke was Vodka and Red bull but now they had the, excuse the pun, access to the Real Thing.

    Footsteps Darkly Past

  • He was the working stiff's hero because he gave an honest day's work.

    USATODAY.com - Rose's legacy forever tainted

  • But listen, I noticed on the stiff's report that the GPS was the only thing reported stolen.

    The Narrows

  • But then Amos learns Roxie has been the stiff's lover and tells the police his wife tried to make him take the rap for it.

    Girls & Guns

  • Occasionally they attach some working stiff's wages and actually get some money, but most of the time these people never had a pot to piss in anyway.

    Too Many Spies Spoil The Case

  • A handful of change was in the right hand pocket of the stiff's trousers, along with what appeared to be a house key, a mailbox key, and a car key with a big gold L for Lexus in a circle on its black plastic head.

    Money, Money, Money

  • I drove to the house Wednesday afternoon, Dahlia kiss-off day and the one-week anniversary of the celebrity stiff's first appearance.

    White Jazz

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