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“It's not in 'uman nature to veel bad for vishes, and vishes veel not anyting, so ve vill keel the vishes and eat im to-night.”
“I don't mind saws an' knives hung round the cabin, 'he ses to the fust mate,' but when a chap has a 'uman' and alongside 'is plate, studying it while folks is at their food, it's more than a Christian man can stand.”
“This goblet bright that goes round the room * Nor Chosroës held neither Nu'uman's line.”
“Nu'uman's bloom, the anemone; so she took the cup from her sister and turning to the Songstress, said to her, "O Tohfah, sing to me on this.”
“The merge with royal Nu'uman's [FN#334] bloom is dight, *”
“Yamani stuff, passed it twice round her waist, then she tucked up her trousers and displayed two calves of alabaster carrying a mound of crystal, smooth and rounded, and a stomach which exhaled musk from its dimples, as it were a bed of Nu'uman's anemones; and breasts like double pomegranates.”
“[FN#521] I have explained "Nu'uman's flower" as the anemone which in Grecised Arabic is "Anúmiyá.”
“W'y, Willum, it seems to me that if you go on improvin 'things at this rate there won't be no use in a short time for' uman 'ands at all.”
“Blame not the mole that dwelleth on his cheek * For Nu'uman's bloom aye shows spot negro-hued. ”
“Chamberlain heard the story he knew it to be sooth, and its manifest truth appeared to him and he was certified that he was become King Omar bin al-Nu'uman's son in law, so he said to himself, "'Twill be my fate to be made viceroy of some province." [”
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