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Examples

  • Old-man is a sadistic psycho who scarfs poppers before he kills (recalling Dennis Hopper in "Blue Velvet").

    Have A Heart, Hit Man

  • SO, that's 38 points or 40 points if each Old-man buddy gets counted.

    Nostalgiametrics: The Science of Today for Yesterday's Crap

  • Good and bad people, whom we at once distinguish in the text by their names, Hopeful, Honest, and Valiant-for-Truth, on the one hand, as against By-ends, Sir Having Greedy, and the Lord Old-man on the other, are in these drawings as simply distinguished by their costume.

    Lay Morals

  • All this fighting hurt Old-man badly, of course, and he commenced to cry, as women do sometimes.

    Indian Why Stories

  • Old-man had changed into the ring, of course, and the Sparrow-hawk didn't dare to go into the lodge; so he stopped outside and listened.

    Indian Why Stories

  • Then he began to dance before them as Old-man had told him.

    Indian Why Stories

  • Poor little Red Fox shivered in the warm breeze that Old-man told about, and kept telling Old-man that the hair-pulling hurt badly.

    Indian Why Stories

  • From the bushes Old-man saw the Sun take off his leggings and his eyes glittered with greed as he saw their owner fold them and put them under his head as he had always done.

    Indian Why Stories

  • Quickly he ran out on the limb that spread over Old-man, and dropped the cone on the sleeper's face.

    Indian Why Stories

  • Old-man sat up and there was the Sun looking right in his face and laughing.

    Indian Why Stories

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