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  • Armeenyan massacree which is a great help to th 'cigareet business in this counthry.

    Mr. Dooley Says

  • The "massacree" was, of course, the one that occurred in a Clark Street garage on Saint Valentine's Day 1929, and "jammy-jammy" was a presumed Chicagoism Liebling overheard at Sportsman's Park, the equivalent of "chummy" or "palsy-walsy."

    Chicago Reader

  • a "massacree," Yan heard a peculiar squawking, guttural sound that rose from the edge of the pond and increased in strength, drawing nearer, till it was a hideous and terrifying uproar.

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

  • 'massacree' of Whites, 'cause there ain't any note-books there, but maybe your father would get one the next time he drove to Downey's

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

  • There'd have to be situations where delivering an impromptu massacree of that little diddy would have your friends rolling in the aisle (or trying to claw out your tongue).

    Open Season: My 90 Minutes in Cinema Purgatory

  • "English persons, therefore, of humanitarian and reformist disposition constantly went out to the Balkan Peninsula to see who was in fact ill-treating whom, and, being by the very nature of their perfectionist faith unable to accept the horrid hypothesis that everybody was ill-treating everybody else, all came back with a pet Balkan people established in their hearts as suffering and innocent, eternally the massacree and never the massacrer."

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • What good did it do to massacree all them settlers at New Ulm?

    Drifting Crane

  • Militia comin 'f'm Charles Town, an' sojers, an 'ev'yone scared to pieces that the nigguhs'll cut loose an' massacree the white folks, an 'raise cain all aroun'!

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • Ralph had followed his example, and added his farewell in the brief phrase, -- "Sodger, I'm atter my mistress; and, for all Nathan's small talk about massacree and captivation, we'll fetch her, with a most beautiful lot of hosses; so thar's no fawwell about it," -- turned to little Peter, whom he addressed quite as gravely as he had done the Virginian.

    Nick of the Woods

  • I could see thet they wuz gettin 'ready ter make a rush down inter ther valley an' massacree us all, an 'we prepared ter sell our lives dearly.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car


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  • "You can get anything you want,

    At Alice's Restaurant."

    Saw that movie the other night for the first time in 40 years. Much better than I remembered. Let's see--40 years ago would be about 1968. Why is it so hard to remember?...

    October 12, 2007