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  • He had a rep-utation for getting taken down by civilians and beat cops.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • The merchant, knowing thoroughly the rep - utation which Polikey bore, felt doubtful of trusting him with so much money, and some - what anxiously inquired if he really had re - ceived orders to carry so many rubles.

    The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories [a machine-readable transcription]

  • During her 14 years representing the 14th District in the state House, Skinner, a Republican, gained a rep-utation as a champion for children.

    Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News

  • City have finally Gelled, slick back, front and sides. all we do know is get the right perm (utation) for the right game.

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  • We know about California's laws … … that is how they got their rep. utation of being out of the main stream … … that is also why NO ONE will be surprised if the fa. ult cra. cks and it becomes the sea bed. News

  • He became a very celebrated preach - er, and so rapid and extensive was the growth of his rep - utation, that, upon the death of Fitz John Winthrop, esq. in 1707, he was chosen governour by the Legislature,

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • This lady has left among her descendants the rep - utation of an eminent woman, — able, resolute, and pious.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • " "No. I think we'll have the better chance, Hunnar, here where we're all strangers to the folks we'll be tryin 'to convert, and where humankind's dubious rep-utation has maybe preceded us."

    Mission to Moulokin

  • This ng moved at the complaint of his fiipplianty idjealous of the growing power and ret) utation Hhe Heberian prince, fnppiied Aongus with tcinforcethent of five thoufand men.

    Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis

  • Both of these young men were eighteen years of age and had previously borne an unblemished re [) utation.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court


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