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  • No, my man haint with me; he died jist afore we come away.

    El Dorado: A Kansas Recessional

  • Upon this I resolved to discover myself to them, and learn something of their condition; immediately I marched as above, my man Friday at a good distance behind me, as formidable for his arms as I, but not making quite so staring a spectre-like figure as I did.

    Robinson Crusoe

  • Looking back to Mogad he added, “Make him back off and let my man go.”


  • Gonna kill somebody if they don't let my man alone

    Ida Cox Lyrics

  • I have receeved the perspective Cylinder that you promised me and am sorrie that my man gave you not more warning, that I might have had also the 2 or 3 more that you mentioned to chuse for me.

    Thomas Hariot

  • Page 17 fer it looked like Martin an 'the Colonel was kinder in cahoot, an' my man diskivered that the lan 'had been sold long before it was mortgaged to me for taxes.

    Northern Georgia sketches,

  • But in warm take-my-shirt-off weather, my man boobs pout forward and I cannot hide them.


  • I found my man at the third such establishment, a bijou house of treasures situated just two streets from the hotel.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

  • Ask for my man Pym, and tell him to get it from Mills, and not to say

    Adam Bede

  • Mr. Rosedale—making himself promptly at home in an adjoining easy-chair, and sipping his tea critically, with the comment: “You ought to go to my man for something really good”—appeared totally unconscious of the repugnance which kept her in frozen erectness behind the urn.

    The House of Mirth


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