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  • Outside the ring he was slow-going, easy-natured, and, in his younger days, when money was flush, too open-handed for his own good.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • Outside the ring he was slow-going, easy-natured, and, in his younger days, when money was flush, too open-handed for his own good.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • Outside the ring he was slow-going, easy-natured, and, in his younger days, when money was flush, too open-handed for his own good.

    Knowing the Game and Playing It : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • Yet, to all appearance, he was plain-dealing and easy-natured, his business shrewdness was so well wadded round with fat.

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris

  • There, in my heart, he will always be some shimmering morph of the beautiful, easy-natured baby he was and the good man he has become.

    From the archives... sort of

  • There, in my heart, he will always be some shimmering morph of the beautiful, easy-natured baby he was and the good man he has become.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • There, in my heart, he will always be some shimmering morph of the beautiful, easy-natured baby he was and the good man he has become.

    When did this happen?

  • There, in my heart, he will always be some shimmering morph of the beautiful, easy-natured baby he was and the good man he has become.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Glinnes, like Jut and Shira, was amiable, trusting, and easy-natured; he grew into a handsome lad with a clear complexion, dusty-blond hair, a wide, smiling mouth.

    Trullion: Alastor 2262

  • Friendly's easy-natured banter with Rusty and Jerome often allows even an adult to forget that the latter two are hand puppets.

    What's Good About Children's TV

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