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  • He was the first man-the first human being-who made me feel good about myself and special.

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  • The robed man-the Godking, I knew-noticed my wide-eyed reaction to his statement.

    Father Swarat

  • I take it to be the same man-the leader of the Brule Si-ouxes?

    Isabelle

  • As the body count mounts-including, bad luck, the crew's unfortunate sound man-the filmmakers carry on without a peep of moral protest, and even pitch in to help Ben dispatch his bloody business.

    Silent Clown, Chatty Killer

  • So materialistic is America now that such a courageous, crippled man-the one who saved America, moving about whether on crutches and painfully, or whipping by in a makeshift wheel chair, could be elected dogcatcher let alone president today.

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  • She has accepted that man is the standard, and thus a woman can never be a full human being until she becomes just like a man-the standard.

    Women and Islam - Part II

  • My God, a real hit man-the guy in the Jeep-had showed up, trying to take her out.

    More Twisted Stories Vol II

  • But if he is open to the charge-i.e. if he is a strong man-the defence is still that he was not likely to do such a thing, since he could be sure that people would think he was likely to do it.

    Rhetoric

  • And the nice thing about this kid-and I keep calling him 'kid'; he's a young man-the nice thing about him is, he never worked on the Street long enough to form a lot of bad habits.

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  • Just thinking about the young man-the boy, he was only a boy-exasperated Jhoira.

    Time Streams

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