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  • Snaphappy Fishsuit Mokiligon has a carefree lilt to it while Stormhammer Deathclaw Firebrand is just trying to hard.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Stormhammer Deathclaw Firebrand

  • "I'll remove it at once," said Graham, quietly; and paying no heed to the crowd that began to gather when it was bruited that "Firebrand" -- for such was the horse's name -- was to be brought out, he took a bridle and went into the stall, first speaking gently, then stroking the animal with an assured touch.

    His Sombre Rivals

  • The man of whom you had your first horse, then called Firebrand, found him; and he knew well that he could not impose any inferior animal upon you.

    His Sombre Rivals

  • 'Firebrand' would have sure got a-hold of her some day, an 'then we'd be clawin' at the bowels of the earth instid of galivantin 'around on our cayuses like gentlemen.

    'Firebrand' Trevison

  • If 'Firebrand' ain't reckonin 'on a guardian, I ain't surprisin' him none.

    'Firebrand' Trevison

  • His impetuosity was notorious, for it had earned him the sobriquet "Firebrand," which he could not have acquired except through the exhibition of those traits that she had enumerated.

    'Firebrand' Trevison

  • "'Firebrand's'?" she said, with a puzzled look at him.

    'Firebrand' Trevison

  • This is what the 'Firebrand' is reported to have 'roared' on the conference platform yesterday.

    A view from Rural Wales

  • Its newspaper "Firebrand" has a subtitle "Young, Wild, Loyal to the People".

    The Civic Platform - A Political Journal of Ideas and Analysis

  • Though from the looks av your mug 'Firebrand's' been maulin 'you some, too! "

    'Firebrand' Trevison

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