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  • Someone did that to me the other day, put my address on the web because I disagreed with him during a discussion about rape! xxx The owner removed it, but what a nasty bloke, blyme.

    sleeping with ghosts

  • "That's wot I say, says I; we'll all croak before this blyme row is over," Higgins prophesied.

    The Pirate of Panama A Tale of the Fight for Buried Treasure

  • 'Smashed!' you'll say, 'an' nobody but silly me to blyme!

    The Dop Doctor

  • I ain't never known any good to come o 'anything with a ha'nt tagged to it, an' we're makin 'a ill beginnin' o 'this island business, Mr. Dixon -- a blyme ill beginnin'.

    A Deal in Wheat and Other Stories of the New and Old West

  • He recalled to their minds parallel incidents that they themselves had heard; he foretold the fate of the _Idaho Lass_ when the land should lie behind and she should be alone in midocean with this horrid supercargo that took liberties with the rigging, and at last one particular morning, two days before that which was to witness the schooner's departure, he came out flatfooted to the effect that "Gaw-blyme him, he couldn't stand the gaff no longer, no he couldn't, so help him, that if the owners were wishful for to put to sea" (doomed to some unnamable destruction) "he for one wa'n't fit to die, an 'was going to quit that blessed day."

    A Deal in Wheat and Other Stories of the New and Old West

  • "Seems to me," he hazarded, "as haow they's somethin 'or other a-goin' to bump up, pretty blyme soon.

    The Ship That Saw a Ghost

  • "Seems to me," he hazarded, "as haow they's somethin 'or other a-goin' to bump up pretty blyme soon.

    A Deal in Wheat and Other Stories of the New and Old West

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