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  • Their putties were not soaked and not caked; say, rather, that there may have been a core of puttie inside, but that the men's legs were embedded in a serpentine cast of clay.

    From Capetown to Ladysmith An Unfinished Record of the South African War

  • "It was only a chance, but a strange one," he went on, with his eyes fixed on the topmost ridge of his brown puttie.

    On the Firing Line

  • Scarlet with his exertions, grimly aware that his sleeve was pulled from its armhole and his left puttie was strained out of its usual compact folds, nevertheless Weldon saluted her smilingly and, his mount well in hand, galloped off in search of his squadron.

    On the Firing Line

  • Stone dishes are a curious and expensive article, brought from Persia and Arabia, of a greenish colour, highly polished; the Natives call them racaab-puttie, [12] and prefer them to silver at their meals, having an idea that poisoned food would break them; and he who should live in fear of such a calamity, feels secure that the food is pure when the dish of this rare stone is placed before him perfect.

    Observations on the Mussulmauns of India Descriptive of Their Manners, Customs, Habits and Religious Opinions Made During a Twelve Years' Residence in Their Immediate Society

  • Their putties were not soaked and not caked; say, rather, that there may have been a core of puttie inside, but that the men's legs were imbedded in a serpentine cast of clay.

    Story of the War in South Africa 1899-1900

  • I'm not too sure on piaking them as I don't wish to produce a half-tiong by accident. but i will surely puttie-tease them with my singaporean charisma You may not post new threads

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  • Civilian instructors were given powers to award up to seven "puttie parades" that required a cadet to change into several uniforms within a specified period as punishment.

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  • Civilian instructors were given powers to award up to seven "puttie parades" that required a cadet to change into several uniforms within a specified period as punishment.

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  • Civilian instructors were given powers to award up to seven "puttie parades" that required a cadet to change into several uniforms within a specified period as punishment.

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