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  • n. Alternative spelling of hajduk.


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  • "Silence, witch!" cried the heiduck who was chaining her.

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  • Meanwhile the door of the jail had opened, for it was five o'clock; a heiduck came out, yawning and stretching, and asked

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  • When he drove through the country on official business or pleasure, his carriage was drawn by four horses with a harness hung with bells; if a peasant's cart was in the way and did not hasten at the sound of the familiar little bells to move out, the heiduck in coloured livery, with a sword at his side, sitting by the driver, shouted an order and an oath to the laggard, and the coachman, while dashing by, dealt the disrespectful loiterer a well-aimed blow.

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