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- n. A man who delivers newspapers
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Mr. Mack was on the blow of plucking them in his fingers when the paperman coughed—“Squeeze me”—coughed into his—“Squeeze me peas, Sergeant”—coughed into his sleeve.
The paperman made play of settling his papers, huffling and humphing in that irritating consumptive way.
My friend probably toiled much harder than the paperman, and was the least arrogant of mortals.
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Passion, great seeing you in class tonight …. sans homework … bad, bad, girl … and what you sent isn't quite complete but I will give you another chance … or two, or three multi, you have the most interesting variety of stories imaginable … we so enjoy the sharing. paperman …. and what would you do with that straight line??
Glory be, I hope she didn’t think—his Irish Times dropped by his side—Would she ever have mistook me for the paperman, do you think?
One other issue they are trying to appeal to the public on is to change the law so that if you get a burlgar in your home you can do what you like at the moment the law says that implied invitation means that a paper boy, milkman, paperman, carol singer etc can enter your place even if you have a gate and a side door, what happens if you leaver your shopping by your side door and its jumble sale collection week, a boy scout comes around to collect the jumble accidently picks up your shopping bag thinming its jumble, you mistakingly feel he is stealing something is a burglar and stab him with the near by garden fork, well i thought he was a burglar I was acting in self defence i can do anything i like to defend myself on my property - the next step postmen, paper boys refuse to deliver to peopes house.