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  • And the four, Belle, Tauilo, Frank the sailor-boy, and Jimmie the Tongan half-caste, set off in the boat across that rapidly shoaling bay of the lagoon.

    Vailima Letters

  • Wifewho calls herself "Ulalee" in her songafter he goes (II. i, but sequenced by us right after his exit); and Rosa, disguised as a sailor-boy, singing "A Lady in Fair Seville City" (a popular "hit" at the time) in Jack's cave in an effort to lull him to sleep so that she can find the wounded

    Directing Obi in the Year 2000

  • Once, some months before, Trelawny had raised a warning voice as to the difference of our calm bay and the open sea beyond; but Shelley and his friend, with their one sailor-boy, thought themselves a match for the storms of the

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • In a haughty tone, she offered, "I'll give you a copper, sailor-boy, if you'll carry this wood for me."

    The Mad Ship

  • And here she was, in ragged sailor-boy togs in a foreign port in a run-down tavern.

    Ship Of Magic

  • And I sent my two pets two matching sailor-boy dolls, one for Mercedes and one for Frances.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • In June, a package arrives from Kathleen containing twin sailor-boy dolls, one for Frances and one for Mercedes.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • And I sent my two pets two matching sailor-boy dolls, one for Mercedes and one for Frances.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • In June, a package arrives from Kathleen containing twin sailor-boy dolls, one for Frances and one for Mercedes.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • Whatever he was at home in Corinth, a shepherd or a sailor-boy for all I knew, here he was a great prince and I was nothing.

    The King Must Die

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