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  • Dor composed himsell "Of course," he said with superficial equilibrium.

    Labor Policy

  • BUT as soon as one of the doctors got sick himsell I got great care.

    Linda drags Beth to ER: Beth not well, but released anyway.

  • “Couldna he hae slippit it gently into my hand?” said Caleb; “but his honour will never learn how to bear himsell in siccan cases.”

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • Sir John made up his story about the jackanape as he liked himsell; and some believe till this day there was no more in the matter than the filching nature of the brute.

    Redgauntlet

  • Hutcheon, and wished him all health and lang life, and said that, for himsell, he wasna lang for this world; for that, every night since Sir

    Redgauntlet

  • When they were in the round, Dougal took ae tass of brandy to himsell, and gave another to

    Redgauntlet

  • Sir John paused, composed himsell, and desired to hear the full history; and my gudesire told it him from point to point, as I have told it you — word for word, neither more nor less,

    Redgauntlet

  • How lang Steenie lay there, he could not tell; but when he came to himsell, he was lying in the auld kirkyard of Redgauntlet parochine just at the door of the family aisle, and the scutcheon of the auld knight, Sir

    Redgauntlet

  • I may be the deevil himsell for what ye ken; for he has power to come disguised like an angel of light; and besides he is a prime fiddler.

    Redgauntlet

  • John Pirner himsell, that has keepit the muir-side thirty year in spite of

    Saint Ronan's Well

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