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  • Impose local "aesthetic" rules so that new build natches the character of the area.

    Sir Ming's Madcap Scheme

  • McCuaig was snipin 'the first tour, and he's a killer, you bet, and he had only cut three natches in his rifle.

    The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land

  • The boys say he had got four of the Huns, but he had only put down three natches on his rifle to be sure, and after he seen the machine gun work, stoppin 'a raid, he comes to the officer, and says he, givin' him his rifle: 'Say, this is all right for sport, but it ain't good enough for killin' these devils.

    The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land

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