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  • There were seven patrons, counting Sims and me, and four guys on the bandstand—a goateed sax and his hunchy sidemen.

    Underworld

  • There were seven patrons, counting Sims and me, and four guys on the bandstand—a goateed sax and his hunchy sidemen.

    Underworld

  • There were seven patrons, counting Sims and me, and four guys on the bandstand—a goateed sax and his hunchy sidemen.

    Underworld

  • My physician ran the first hs-CRP test on a hunchy because I have a family history of cardiovascular disease, including a sibling who died at the age of 48 while on the heart transplant list.

    Krill oil and inflammation | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Turning, Weldon looked long into the jovial Irish face, and at the hunchy figure that joggled to and fro in the saddle, with no heed to the rhythm of his horse's pace.

    On the Firing Line

  • What perfection of grace she seemed after the waddling, hunchy

    Two Little Savages Being the adventures of two boys who lived as Indians and what they learned

  • Fondly hoping no one would observe it, she sewed bright buttons wherever they could be put, and sent confiding Boo away in a pair of blue trousers, which were absurdly hunchy behind and buttony before.

    Jack And Jill

  • "Look at poor little Bing puffin 'about," said his neighbour, pointing to a weazened, hunchy waiter.

    The Island Pharisees

  • Boo away in a pair of blue trousers, which were absurdly hunchy behind and buttony before.

    Jack and Jill

  • I'm a little hunchy villain and a monster, am I, Mrs Jiniwin? Oh! '

    The Old Curiosity Shop

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