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Vocabolario e frasi
equipaggiamento
= l'equipaggiare - l'equipaggiarsi - l'insieme degli oggetti che servono a equipaggiare o a equipaggiarsi
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equipaggiato
= participio pass . di equipaggiare
= provvisto - corredato di quanto è necessario
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transistorizzare
= verbo transitivo , equipaggiare con circuiti a transistor .
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession
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* However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his
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by a young man of large fortune from the north of England; that he came
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"Oh! Single, my dear, to be sure! A single man of large fortune; four or
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very little. One cannot know what a man really is by the end of a
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* "He is just what a young man ought to be," said she, "sensible,
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"He is also handsome," replied Elizabeth, "which a young man ought
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married a man of more fashion than fortune, less disposed to consider
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this she was perfectly unaware; to her he was only the man who made
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* "Yes, she called yesterday with her father. What an agreeable man Sir
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William is, Mr. Bingley, is not he? So much the man of fashion! So
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partiality. When she was only fifteen, there was a man at my brother
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dependent on chance as that of any man I know; and if, as you were
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five daughters, in favour of a man whom nobody cared anything about.
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received pleasure from the society of a man in any other colour. As for
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tall, heavy-looking young man of five-and-twenty. His air was grave and
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two daughters married; and the man whom she could not bear to speak of
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young man wanted only regimentals to make him completely charming.
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* Mr. Wickham was the happy man towards whom almost every female eye was
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drop, added, "He is a man of very large property in Derbyshire, I
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interruption, "that he or that any man should not be estimated beyond
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give me no hope from law. A man of honour could not have doubted the
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a very different man from what he is to the less prosperous. His
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veracity of a young man of such amiable appearance as Wickham. The
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impossible. No man of common humanity, no man who had any value for his
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of this kind, given by a young man of character, to respectable people,
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a man agreeable whom one is determined to hate! Do not wish me such an
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in the eyes of a man ten times his consequence. Elizabeth made no
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questions; and I find that the young man quite forgot to tell you, among
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him of that duty; nor could I think well of the man who should omit an
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know it to be the established custom of your sex to reject a man on
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altogether be a very desirable wife to a man in my situation, who
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young man who has been so fortunate as I have been in early preferment;
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accepting a man whose sisters and friends are all wishing him to marry
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no reason. He may live in my memory as the most amiable man of my
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* "Thank you, sir, but a less agreeable man would satisfy me. We must not
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ladies would have had difficulty in believing that a man who lived
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happen that the interference of friends will persuade a young man of
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this young man will influence her. We live in so different a part of
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the most agreeable man I ever saw--and if he becomes really attached to
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* "A man in distressed circumstances has not time for all those elegant
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to think ill of a young man who has lived so long in Derbyshire.
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where I shall find a man who has not one agreeable quality, who has
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addressing Colonel Fitzwilliam. "Shall we ask him why a man of sense and
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him the kind of young man to get into a scrape of that sort, and from
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think that any consideration would tempt me to accept the man who has
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last man in the world whom I could ever be prevailed on to marry.
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favourite of my father, a young man who had scarcely any other
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the observation of a young man of nearly the same age with himself,
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persuasion of the young man who, on meeting him accidentally in town,
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at a man without now and then stumbling on something witty.
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the sort of happiness which a man would in general wish to owe to his
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ideas. That he was not a good-tempered man had been her firmest opinion.
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on making her known to his sister. Such a change in a man of so much
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Elizabeth by bringing forward the idea of a man to whom she believed
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head when I expressed my hopes, and said he feared W. was not a man to
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such a man to be worked on? How are they even to be discovered? I have
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matter. It appears to me so very unlikely that any young man should
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Longbourn, heard in what manner he spoke of the man who had behaved
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I shall think you a simpleton, for there is but one man in the world I
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* All Meryton seemed striving to blacken the man who, but three months
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Everybody declared that he was the wickedest young man in the world;
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"I mean, that no man in his senses would marry Lydia on so slight a
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nearest kind with a man whom he so justly scorned.
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* She began now to comprehend that he was exactly the man who, in
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if that were the case, he was not the young man to resist an opportunity
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business to that horrid man Mr. Stone. And then, you know, when once
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with, persuade, and finally bribe, the man whom he always most wished to
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* "Yet it is hard," she sometimes thought, "that this poor man cannot
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* "La!" replied Kitty, "it looks just like that man that used to be with
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To Jane, he could be only a man whose proposals she had refused,
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"A man who has once been refused! How could I ever be foolish enough to
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that you should come together. Oh! he is the handsomest young man that
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such another man for you!"
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surprised you. Could he, or the Lucases, have pitched on any man within
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warmly as a man violently in love can be supposed to do. Had Elizabeth
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disagreeable man all to yourself. But I hope you will not mind it: it is
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* "A man who had felt less, might.
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that learned man into a wider field, from extending his travels, and,
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glasses, the sight was indeed an interesting one. There sat the man who
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followers, that illustrious man slowly mounted into the Windsor chair,
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* That learned man in a few hurried words explained the real state of the
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but had evidently in those times adorned a much shorter man than the
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poured out another, with the air of a man who was used to it. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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which that excellent man referred objects of charity to the houses
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* 'What names, sir?' said the man at the door. Mr. Tracy Tupman was
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Slammer, of the 97th, to be extinguished in a moment, by a man whom
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'It's been given out to brush,' thought Mr. Pickwick, 'and the man has
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These were instances of friendship for which any man might reasonably
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mysterious air, the man with the camp-stool took a large pinch of
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'Then, that,' said the man with the camp-stool, 'is an affront to Doctor
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'To be sure--to be sure,' said the man with the camp-stool indignantly. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Winkle and the man with the camp-stool, and, finally, Mr. Winkle and Mr.
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* 'Unless,' interposed the man with the camp-stool, 'unless Mr. Winkle
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already. 'Or possibly,' said the man with the camp-stool, 'the
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* The dismal man took the hint, and having mixed a glass of
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* 'The man of whom I speak was a low pantomime actor; and, like many
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their services. To this mode of life the man was compelled to resort;
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few words in pencil, intimating that the man was dangerously ill, and
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in, and placed a chair for me at the bedside. The sick man was lying
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your nose, Sir, and the nose of every man in this company. I would,
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The dismal man readily complied; a circle was again formed round the
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* 'Nothing,' replied that gentleman, who had had a short man standing on
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hat. A man must not be precipitate, or he runs over it; he must not rush
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shoulder. He turned round: and the dismal man was at his side. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'I have,' said the dismal man hurriedly; 'I have. More than those who
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and misfortunes for ever.' The sunken eye of the dismal man flashed
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probable route, the dismal man carefully noted it down in a greasy
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confusion all about it. A red-headed man was working in the garden; and
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The red-headed man raised his body, shaded his eyes with his hand, and
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himself with another scrutiny, the red-headed man resumed his work. 'We
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* 'Missus'--roared the man with the red head, emerging from the garden,
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very hard at the whole party; and the red-headed man whispered something
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hard-headed man with the pippin--face; 'there ain't indeed, sir--I'm
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sure there ain't, Sir.' The hard-headed man looked triumphantly round,
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* ''Cept Mullins's Meadows,' observed the fat man solemnly. 'Mullins's
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* The hard-headed man looked dubiously round, but finding himself in a
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a man who had made up his mind to a Christian forgiveness of injuries
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table made the good old man feel happy too; and though the merriment was
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young man at the time. Such as it is, however, you shall hear it, if you
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For the stateliest building man can raise,
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my parishioners was a man of the name of Edmunds, who leased a small
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or acquaintance; no one cared to speak to the man whom many feared, and
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* 'This man had a wife and one son, who, when I first came here, was about
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one, but I do firmly and in my soul believe, that the man systematically
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* 'They were poor--they could not be otherwise when the man pursued such
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* 'And now the boasted coldness and indifference of the young man were
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compassion, the repentant man devise a thousand little plans for her
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violently as he turned away. 'An old man entered the porch just as he
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'The old man raised his eyes to the stranger's face, bade him
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his loneliness in the wild, thick woods, where man was never seen, to
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* 'He had not observed that a man was lying on the bank beside him; his
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* 'The man had moved into a sitting posture. His body was much bent, and
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* 'The old man was ghastly pale. He shuddered and tottered to his feet.
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wildly forward, and clenched the old man by the throat--but he was his
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* 'The old man uttered a loud yell which rang through the lonely fields
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buried a man who was in my employment for three years after this event,
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and who was truly contrite, penitent, and humbled, if ever man was. No
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searching glance. The great man withdrew his eyes after a few minutes,
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attendant--Quanko Samba--last man left--sun so hot, bat in
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a little man with a puffy Say-nothing-to-me,-or-I'll-contradict-you sort
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silence, the little man called out in a very loud, solemn voice,--
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and has not a word from that man lighted it again as brightly as if it
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Here the little man ceased, and here the company commenced a raising of
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us that man is fire, and woman tow, and the Prince of Darkness sets a
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unhappiness, and your love bestowed upon a man who is insensible to the
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burst open; and the man who had cleaned Mr. Pickwick's boots on his
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* The man gasped for breath, and faintly ejaculated--
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shouting, an old man in his shirt and trousers emerged from the
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* 'Well, I shouldn't wonder if it was,' returned the old man doubtfully. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'Idiot!' exclaimed the old man with a grin, as he stood in the middle
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all. If every man on the line as has a guinea give him, earns it half
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short-and-fat.' And with another prolonged grin, the old man closed the
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'If ever I meet that man again, I'll--'
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than the White Hart--that a man was busily employed in brushing the dirt
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'Hollo,' replied the man with the white hat. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Saying which, the man in the white hat set to work upon a top-boot with
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coat tails, with the air of a man who was in the habit of propounding
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* The little man seemed rather baffled by these several repulses, and a
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At its conclusion, the little man took a pinch of snuff from an
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Really, my dear Sir, really;' and the little man took an argumentative
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devil do you want with me, as the man said, wen he see the ghost?'
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* 'We want to know,' said the little man solemnly; 'and we ask the
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* The man stepped forward for a few paces, followed by the two friends and
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little man paused, and took a pinch of snuff. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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by the button. 'Good round sum--a man like you could treble it in no
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'My dear sir,' urged the little man again. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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a man as has made his lucky, and got to t'other end of the Borough by
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late fatigue of body and anxiety of mind. That illustrious man had been
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cloud seemed to hang over his companions which that great man could not
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et ceteras; and at the table sat Mr. Tupman, looking as unlike a man who
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He tapped at the cottage door. A labouring man opened it. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'No, I doan't, Sir,' replied the man civilly. 'It was here long afore I
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respect--such devoted friendship--he worshipped me! The old man had a
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poverty of the old, white-headed man and the haughty brothers. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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and of some sane man swinging in the wind for a deed he never did, and
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'She died next day. The white-headed old man followed her to the grave,
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me--urgent business he said: I recollect it well. I hated that man with
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* 'This man had a commission in the army--a commission, purchased with my
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money, and his sister's misery! This was the man who had been foremost
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in the plot to ensnare me, and grasp my wealth. This was the man who had
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[The unhappy man whose ravings are recorded above, was a melancholy
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forth to walk to Gravesend, followed by a man bearing the stone in its
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man from whom the stone was purchased; that the man presumed the
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but peculiarly adapted for the residence of a man of his genius and
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were a large man and a small boy; the first a lodger, the second a
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production of Mrs. Bardell's. The large man was always home precisely at
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* 'There is a man in the passage now,' said Mr. Tupman. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'It's the man I spoke to you about,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'I sent for
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importance, and that every man in Eatanswill, conscious of the weight
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one man and stood aghast at the enormity. There were Blue shops and Buff
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of idlers were assembled in the road, looking at a hoarse man in the
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little man beside him, though, who took off his hat at intervals
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red-faced man in the balcony. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'Then WE are Blue,' said Mr. Pickwick; but observing that the man looked
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Here the little man indulged in a convulsion of mirth, which was only
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are, sir, I perceive, a man of sense and talent,' said Mr. Pott, almost
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* 'Yes,' said his attendant, 'every man slept vere he fell down; we
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one man up to the booth, in a truck, fast asleep, by way of experiment,
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upset on that 'ere wery spot, and ev'ry man on 'em was turned into the
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little choleric, pink-faced man stood forward to propose another fit and
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the man who would eventually be returned. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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the man with the black eye, slowly filling a large Dutch pipe, with a
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'I thought not.' Here the dirty-faced man fell into ecstasies of mirth
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at his own retort, in which he was joined by a man of bland voice and
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indignation. Show me the man who says anything against women, as women,
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'I should like to hear that same story,' said the red-faced man with the
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believe it,' said the man with the roguish eye, making that organ look
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dusk, a man in a gig might have been seen urging his tired horse along
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have been, if anybody but a blind man had happened to pass that way; but
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somehow or other the tall man with the brown coat and the bright basket
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affectionate familiarities passing between the tall man and the widow,
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which sufficiently denoted that the tall man was as high in favour as he
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indignant that the tall man should be in a fair way of keeping such an
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perfect right to pick a quarrel with the tall man for having contrived
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Tom Smart's eyes. The old man seemed gradually blending into the chair,
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* 'At all events, Tom kicked the very tall man out at the front door half
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The grave man considered deeply, for a few seconds, and then said--
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of the dialogue, the heroic man actually threw himself into a paralytic
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With these broken words, a young man dressed as a naval officer made his
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rising from his seat, 'who that young man is, and where he resides?'
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* Still the man kept glancing from his hymn-book to Sam, and from Sam to
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The mulberry man replied in the affirmative. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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mulberry man said this, he turned his glass upside down, by way of
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small eyes of the mulberry man glistened. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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The mulberry man nodded significantly. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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mulberry man by the arm. 'My mas'r's the man you want, I see.' And after
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'My man is in the right,' said Mr. Pickwick, accosting Job, 'although
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dreary; but a contemplative man can always employ himself in meditation.
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* But although the bodily powers of the great man were thus impaired,
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distance from London, there lived a little man named Nathaniel Pipkin,
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that there existed not, on the face of the earth, so clever a man as the
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person--made a dead set upon the old man together, as, to say the truth,
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of the closet, and walked up to it. It was of no use a little man like
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his indignation, when that poor man replied--'"Yes, I did, Mr. Lobbs, I
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'The old man cast down his eyes at this reproof, and they met those of
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it was not the habit of that great man to descend from his mental
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When you have parted with a man at two o'clock in the morning, on terms
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'Certainly, ma'am,' replied Goodwin. 'No man as is a man, ma'am, could
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each man regarded his neighbour, and every man regarded Mr. Pickwick,
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* 'I say,' whispered Mr. Winkle to Wardle, as the man let down the steps,
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extremely simple. With the quickness and penetration of a man of
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same house vith a pieman once, sir, and a wery nice man he was--reg'lar
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* Captain Boldwig was a little fierce man in a stiff black neckerchief and
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thing that was ever heard of For a lame man to have got upon his legs
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heaven's sun, in the course of their daily labours, as a man might
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the man to whom the head belonged. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Here the man proceeded to mend his pen with great deliberation, while
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Cummins was in the chair,' said the man with the brown coat. 'It was
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* 'There was such a game with Fogg here, this mornin',' said the man in
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steady man with a large family, at a salary of five-and-twenty shillings
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delightful to see him. He is a capital man of business,' said Wicks, in
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latter, peeped over the top of it, and took a survey of the man of
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unfortunate than I had believed any man could possibly be. What do you
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who attracted Mr. Pickwick's attention. The stout man was smoking with
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* At first the evolutions of the stout man had escaped Mr. Weller's
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His doubts were speedily dispelled, however; for the stout man having
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That the landlord was a man of money-making turn was sufficiently
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The puffy-faced young man rose, and drawing a chair close to Mr.
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* 'Why don't you enliven us yourself, Mr. Chairman?' said a young man with
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though, when the old man raised his shrivelled face, and bent his gray
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the old man was a remarkable personage, it will be more respectful to
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CHAPTER XXI. IN WHICH THE OLD MAN LAUNCHES FORTH INTO HIS FAVOURITE
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'YOU!' said the old man contemptuously. 'What do YOU know of the time
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no observation in reply; and the old man checking his impetuosity, and
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them?' And the old man rubbed his hands, and leered as if in delight
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* Mr. Pickwick eyed the old man with great curiosity, and the remainder of
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perhaps; rather, eh?'The little old man put his head more on one side,
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and put a bill up. Another man came, took the chambers, furnished them,
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'That ain't bad, if it's true,' said the man in the Mosaic studs,
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The old man looked round the table, and leered more horribly than ever,
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the first severe shock of misfortune. A man has confidence in untried
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wretched man knelt down by the dead body of his wife, and called on God
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They were HIS features. The old man saw him coming, and vainly strove to
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gray-headed man tottered forward to slake his burning thirst. It was HE
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his life! But he held the old man firmly, and watched his agonies with
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was his wife's own father--the man who had cast him into prison, and
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with the intention of plunging in, and dragging the drowning man ashore. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Heaven. He is my son, Sir, my only son!" said the old man frantically,
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'At the first word the old man uttered, the stranger checked himself in
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* '"Heyling!" said the old man wildly; "my boy, Heyling, my dear boy,
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spot where the young man was struggling for life. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'"Listen," said the stranger, grasping the old man fiercely by the
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upon its surface; the last powerful struggle of the dying man agitated
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carriage at the door of a London attorney, then well known as a man of
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require the acute perception of the man of business, to discern at a
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* '"Upon these papers," said the client, "the man whose name they bear,
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* '"What are we to do?" inquired the man of business. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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defendant be a man of straw, who is to pay the costs, Sir?"
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* 'The old man seemed instantly deprived of speech. He fell backward in
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'The old man shivered, and his hands dropped powerless by his side. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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his queer client.' As the old man concluded his tale, he advanced to a
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the man vith the red nose began. I was just a-thinkin' whether I hadn't
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drink--never. The red-nosed man warn't by no means the sort of person
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then two or three more to hand over to the man with the red nose, and
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* 'Beautiful indeed,' echoes a red-haired man with an inquisitive nose and
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proposition, as the dog's-meat man said, when the housemaid told him he
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On this request being preferred, the corpulent man condescended to order
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it would have been quite delightful to any man of well-constituted mind
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the two which garnished the waist, were so far apart, that no man had
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yard opened, and a man having emerged therefrom, closed the green gate
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* When the man had shut the green gate after him, he walked, as we have
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was disguised with such extraordinary artificial carving, as the man had
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* 'Well!' said Mr. Weller to himself, as the man approached. 'This is wery
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* The man with the horrible face looked, with the greatest surprise,
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of a man who communicates an important secret; 'in that house with the
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Sir. Really, Mr. Pickwick, I do not see why a man should feel any fear
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that great man could, when he pleased, render his remarks so deeply
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the tumult, and who had been a peace-officer, man and boy, for half
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* Mr. Dubbley, who was a man of few words, nodded assent. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'Mr. Jinks,' said the magistrate, 'I shall commit that man for contempt.
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pass wholly unnoticed. Mr. Nupkins was not the man to ask a question
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suddenly pale. Could the man Weller, in a moment of remorse, have
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'An unprincipled adventurer--a dishonourable character--a man who preys
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is a man of very engaging manners, and, I dare say, has many enemies.
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have implored and begged that man to inquire into the captain's family
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* 'And such a man to speak,' said Mr. Muzzle. 'How his ideas flow, don't
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delicatest points in which one man can injure another. Do you understand
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any man I ever saw, or heard of, except that pious and sanctified
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'Of course, the young man can't help the faults of his master,' said
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sitting bolt upright in a high-backed chair, was a man in threadbare
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* To do the red-nosed man justice, he would have been very far from
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the red-nosed man himself was busily engaged in converting a large slice
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the red-nosed man stopped to bring the round of toast to his eye, with
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of toast which the red-nosed man had just finished. 'I don't know, and,
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The red-nosed man did as he was desired, and instantly commenced on the
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* The appearance of the red-nosed man had induced Sam, at first sight,
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* 'A man of wrath!' exclaimed Mr. Stiggins. He took a large semi-circular
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* 'Amiable man that 'ere, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, smoking violently. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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of our childish days; that can recall to the old man the pleasures of
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said Mr. Weller; 'I never see such a sensible sort of man as he is, or
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more, wen you comes to be a man you'll lay yourself open to the same
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follows that because a man is a sexton, and constantly surrounded by
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* '"What man wanders among graves and churchyards on such a night as
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'"Oh, yes, they have," replied the goblin; "we know the man with the
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tighter. We know the man who struck the boy in the envious malice of his
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most exquisite pain; "and now, show the man of misery and gloom, a few
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revelled in their brief but happy existence. Man walked forth, elated
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that if a man turn sulky and drink by himself at Christmas time, he may
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* The man in the brown coat, with the cabalistic documents in his pocket,
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wery happy man he'd ha' been, Sir, in the procession o' that 'ere ingin
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and man to Mr. Perker's chambers. Lowten, holding the door half open,
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As the little man concluded, he took an emphatic pinch of snuff, as a
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business of any man in court--engaged in every case. You needn't mention
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The little man took another pinch of snuff as he made this
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a man bleeds inwardly, it is a dangerous thing for himself; but when he
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his gravity, and drawing the great man's great man into a Corner, by the
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a most desirable spot nevertheless. If a man wished to abstract
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extraordinary locomotive engine that the genius of man ever produced.
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* 'Only a man fallen out of a four pair of stairs' window; but it's a very
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* Another knock at the door announced a large-headed young man in a black
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The man to whom the order for the oysters had been sent, had not been
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* It is a very ill wind that blows nobody any good. The prim man in the
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* 'Dear me,' said the prim man in the cloth boots, 'it is a very
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The prim man arrived at this point just as the glasses came back, when
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as good a man as Mr. Noddy, any day in the week. As this announcement
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getting so comfortable too!' The prim man was just beginning to have a
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thought wos a moral lesson as no man could never ha' forgotten to his
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a alleybi, ven all the big vigs to a man said as nothing couldn't save
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proposition; and the impetuous little man literally moved Mr. Humm
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proclaimed by the little man in the drab shorts, and Mr. Humm rose and
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The little man in the drab shorts who answered to the name of Brother
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* 'I believe no man here has ventured to say that I am not all right,
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ferocity, and turning sharp round on the little man in the drab
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threw his father's coat over his arm, and taking the old man round the
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'Why, I don't know,' replied the little man coolly; 'saves time, I
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Pickwick by the coat sleeve, the little man led him to the low seat just
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was gazing at him, a thing which no man ever succeeded in doing yet, or
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and reliance. "Mr. Bardell," said the widow--"Mr. Bardell was a man of
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honour, Mr. Bardell was a man of his word, Mr. Bardell was no deceiver,
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possession of them. This man was Pickwick--Pickwick, the defendant.'
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'Of this man Pickwick I will say little; the subject presents but few
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warming-pan? When was the peace of mind of man or woman broken or
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young man of two or three-and-forty, was of course anxious to confuse a
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the baker, but did know that the baker was then a single man and is
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stern-eyed man of about five-and-forty, who had a bald and glossy
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* 'Sir?' replied a man with a dirty complexion, and a towel of the same,
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* 'No, not all of you,' said the strange man emphatically. 'I've taken two
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the rash man himself. Mr. Dowler paid his bill, and hurried out with
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young man on the box who wished to be learned in cattle; and an old one
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* The friend was a charming young man of not much more than fifty, dressed
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Park Street was very much like the perpendicular streets a man sees in a
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who ever knew a man who never read or wrote either, who hadn't got some
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* 'A very singular young man that,' said the powdered-headed footman,
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and merciful dispensation which no good man will quarrel with. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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splendidly-dressed young man coming this way?'
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* 'The same. The richest young man in Ba-ath at this moment. Young Lord
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The short man was quite willing to get the job over, as soon as
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double-knocks, of eight or ten knocks a-piece, while the long man went
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* The short man did knock again several times, without producing the
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* 'Well, they tell me I am looking pretty blooming,' said the man with the
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* 'Yes; raly now, honour bright,' said the man in blue. 'I made a promese
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'Oh, raly, raly, Tuckle, you shouldn't,' said the man in blue. 'It's not
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* The man in blue being a light-haired, stiff-necked, free and easy sort
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At this the man in blue smiled, as if it were a compliment he was well
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and to be just the man after his own heart. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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the garden vall said to the man on the wrong un, ven the mad bull vos
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public-house shut up. The gentleman in blue, and the man in orange, who
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* 'Gentlemen,' said the man in blue, with an air of the most consummate
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their own rights than his, the question was not raised. The man with
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hear any remarks that the man in the long coat might wish to offer. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'I feel a great delicacy, gentlemen, in coming for'ard,' said the man in
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'Yes, I am,' said the man with the cocked hat. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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business that young man has!"'
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* 'Please, Sir, here's a young man which says he must see you directly,'
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countenance.' The young man gave a gentle kick at one of the lower
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* Mr. Winkle, not much doubting who the young man was, unlocked the door;
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all diminished when she saw a man among the branches, she would most
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* 'That's wot he says, miss,' replied Sam coolly. 'He's a man of his word,
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jumped with great agility, throwing the reins to a stout man who sat
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* The master himself was a man of about forty, with black hair, and
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shabby-looking man in a brown greatcoat shorn of divers buttons, who had
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* 'Now, my fine fellow!' said the man in the rough coat, in an imperious
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'Well, wot's amiss here?' growled the man in the brown coat, who had
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* The waiter led the way upstairs as he was desired, and the man in the
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right boot, was a coarse, vulgar young man of about thirty, with a
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the apartment was a middle-aged man in a very old suit of black, who
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said the man who was stirring the fire, tipping the wink to his friend
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fellows. One was a slim and rather lame man in rusty black, and a white
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the inn. As Mr. Pickwick followed, the lame man stepped up to him, and
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Pickwick, made one of the party. In reply to it, the lame man touched
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Pickwick as the man turned away in dudgeon, that he was only a bail. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* Nobody answered; the next man who came in, was bailed by the whole
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* All this time, the man in the spectacles was hard at work, swearing the
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* 'A most extraordinary man that!' said Perker, as he stopped to pull on
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time, while a long thin man who had relieved him, thrust his hands
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perusal of some great man whose eyes it would never reach, or whose
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labouring man in his fustian jacket, to the broken-down spendthrift in
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indescribable in words, but which any man can understand in one moment
---------------
call to mind, 'cept the little dirty-faced man in the brown coat; and
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little man wanted. "Bill," says the little man, more abrupt than afore,
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little man was seized vith a wiolent fit o' tremblin', and never vent
---------------
compelled to lean against the wall for support, while the man took the
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* On the floor of the room, a man in a broad-skirted green coat, with
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* This last man was an admirable specimen of a class of gentry which never
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* 'My name is Smangle, sir,' said the man with the whiskers. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'Mine is Mivins,' said the man in the stockings. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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THAT ADVERSITY BRINGS A MAN ACQUAINTED WITH STRANGE BEDFELLOWS--LIKEWISE
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and consequently the very man after his own heart. As to Mr. Pickwick,
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* 'There's nothing you want to give out for the man to brush, my dear
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appealing to another man in the lodge, who was paring the mud off his
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* There was only one man in the room, and he was leaning out of window as
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* The man gathered up the money with a trembling hand, and replied that he
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had no sooner cast his eye on the figure of a man who was brooding
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* On the opposite side of the room an old man was seated on a small wooden
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solemnity, 'that this is not the place to bring a young man to.'
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fresh, or wholesome-looking man in the whole establishment, except
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hand, and a man in a bag-wig and suit of armour guarding the mace with
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You're a man of talent; you can get anybody through the Insolvent Court,
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dragged the old man out into the hall, and, after a violent struggle,
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* 'Wy, a man as tells what's a-goin' to happen,' replied Sam. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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without the instrument; but anythin' for a quiet life, as the man said
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* 'Yes, for debt, Sir,' replied Sam. 'And the man as puts me in, 'ull
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takes yours on the same ground; wich puts me in mind o' the man as
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sparkled yet. The man was sixty, by years, and Heaven knows how old
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company, that man is, sir. I don't know better company anywhere; but he
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'Great Heaven!' exclaimed Mr. Pickwick; 'has this man been slowly
---------------
went. At the bedside sat a short old man in a cobbler's apron, who, by
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* The sick man laid his hand upon his attendant's arm, and motioned him to
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'There is no air here,' said the man faintly. 'The place pollutes it. It
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the bed. The sick man drew a hand of his old fellow-prisoner towards
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'Somebody wants you in the hall,' said a man who was standing by. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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him. 'It might look personal here, if a man walked about with vitevash
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* 'In the snuggery,' rejoined Mr. Weller. 'Catch the red-nosed man a-goin'
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* 'The good man is grieved to see you here, Samuel,' replied Mrs. Weller. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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its preparation the red-nosed man and Mrs. Weller looked at the elder W.
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* 'Brayvo; wery pretty!' said Sam, when the red-nosed man having finished,
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* 'None o' that, I say, young feller,' repeated Sam firmly. 'No man serves
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see the man as wenturs to tell me he knows a better vun.' With this
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fear of the ladies sitting in a draught; and then the man handing the
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Now, of all things in the world that the unfortunate man could have
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* 'Well, if it ain't Mr. Jackson, the young man from Dodson and Fogg's!'
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he had been addressing some observations to a shabby man in black
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got a friend here,' he continued, looking towards the man with the ash
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the man with the ash stick, who was seated on the box, smoking a cigar. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'Now, ladies,' cried the man with the ash stick, looking into the coach,
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'Safe and sound,' replied the man with the ash stick. The door swung
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be frightened, Mrs. Bardell. There never was a more delicate man than
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Dodson, ma'am, or a more humane man than Fogg. It was their duty in the
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As Jackson hurried away in company with the man with the ash stick
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and man pondered for a few seconds, with animated countenances, as
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discoveries that the intellect of man had ever made. When they had in
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Hereupon, the little man threw one leg over the other, and made a show
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* The little man gave a double-knock on the lid of his snuff-box, opened
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debauchery, to which no man should ever be consigned, if I had my will,
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married man myself, I should be disposed to envy you, you dog.' Thus
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blood, hot blood.' And the little man took a warning pinch, and shook
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* 'Perker,' said Mr. Pickwick, beckoning one young man towards him, 'this
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chubby sort of brown horse, and driven by a surly-looking man with his
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foresight imparted to her feelings; and the surly man giving a smart
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'Nothing,' replied Martin. So saying, the surly man leisurely descended
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* Mr. Martin, who was a man of few words and possessed but little power
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his voice, and looking towards the man of few words with the surly
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* 'Is that the young man you saw in the lane, whom you told me about, this
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Mr. Martin, who, as it has already appeared, was a man of few words,
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* 'Servant, sir,' said the one-eyed man to Mr. Pickwick. 'Fine night,
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lay, and I have heard my uncle say, many a time, that the man said who
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meet with, between the poles. I have heard of a Glasgow man and a Dundee
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whiskey-toddy each man drank after supper; but this I know, that about
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and he having been, for half an hour before, the only other man visible
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above. Glancing at all these things with the air of a man who had seen
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never quite certain on this point, and being a man of very scrupulous
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her; the other man in the plum-coloured suit, by her side; and both
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he could hear the ill-looking man clap his hand upon his sword, and
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face of the man with the big sword, knock the rest of the company over
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keep out of the way, hurled the chair at the man in sky-blue, and
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the scabbard at the man in plum-colour, and taking advantage of the
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science. It only shows how true the old saying is, that a man never
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of a sword for every man disabled. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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carefulness and precision of a man of business, and, just when Mr.
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just now. I am a man of business, Mr. Pickwick. I never commit myself
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quite so much of a man of business, it was extremely probable he might
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thing that no man never see, and that's a dead donkey. No man never see
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there ain't a man alive as ever see either a donkey or a postboy
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coal-scuttle, which has been presented to that glorious man by his
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before. The man observed too, that, whereas Mr. Pott's scorn had
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* 'The ribaldry of this miserable man is despicably disgusting,' said
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you a viper. I look upon you, sir, as a man who has placed himself
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* 'I really never saw a man so cross,' said the buxom female. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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any vun among 'em. And wot other man can say the same, Sammy?'
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singleness and matrimony, and every practicable man knows it.'
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* 'For the man of wrath, too!' added Mr. Stiggins; 'it makes a vessel's
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thought, 'perhaps she recommended me to the care of the man of wrath,
---------------
where every man pays for himself; but damn hurting yourself for anybody
---------------
else, you know! No man should have more than two attachments--the first,
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Pickwick--deepest obligations--life preserver--made a man of me--you
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are the most sanguine man in your expectations that I ever met with.
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* 'Take care, Sir,' said Dodson, who, though he was the biggest man of the
---------------
shaking the little man heartily by the hand, 'I only mean a pecuniary
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Chancellorship's. Pell must look into this, Sammy. He's the man for
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* 'The man as can form a ackerate judgment of a animal, can form a
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lifted his hand, upon which every man (including him of the mottled
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reasonable, and no man attends more to his clients than I do, and I hope
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Five guineas my man outbids your man.'
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* 'My good friend,' said Mr. Pickwick, taking the old man by the hand,
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need; far more than a man at my age can ever live to spend,' said Mr.
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* 'No man knows how much he can spend, till he tries,' observed Mr.
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harm in a young man takin' notice of a young 'ooman as is undeniably
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* 'Mrs. Nathaniel Winkle, who married the son of the old man at
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soutane, and marked the wearer as a man from the northwestern islands,
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title de guerre, like that under which such a man will often wage war on
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then old man Merton's murder, and now Judge Gwynne's murder, and a
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* Grandison Chace had risen to his great height like a man lifted to the
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and in what style or state of mind a man could really do it. And when I
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means. I mean that I thought and thought about how a man might come to
---------------
they say criminology is a science? They mean getting outside a man and
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like saying that a man has a proboscis between the eyes, or that he
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dark, good-humoured man with a strip of black moustache, was a
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know. Lestrade might know the man was a foreigner merely because his
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rented by a literary man of Anglo-Roumanian extraction, who generally
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* The man calling himself Flood wore an expression equally grim.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* Bagshaw turned abruptly to the man called Flood. "Is there anybody in
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from Ireland; the only man I know round here is the priest at St.
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not been tragic it would have been highly fantastic. The dead man (for
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seen in the many portraits of Sir Humphrey Gwynne. The dead man was in
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* As the man stood with his back turned--a small man in light grey
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argument the other way: asking why any man should entrap himself in a
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more gently; "a man I know saw them hobnobbing together after a great
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case. I suppose it's doubtful whether a man ought to act in such a case
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of England. Suppose I told them that there is a man in my country who
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did? You talk about a man having a jury of his peers. Why don't you have
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reflected in it would look like a man coming from inside the house. It
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the poet, and the servant, and the Irishman. The man whose movements
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seem to have been rather forgotten is the dead man himself. His servant
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* "Yes," said Bagshaw, "he shot at the same man again, but not in a
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* II. THE MAN WITH TWO BEARDS
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every conceivable sort of man has been a saint. And I suspect you will
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find, too, that every conceivable sort of man has been a murderer."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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descriptions. A man kills either in order to obtain what the other man
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possesses, either by theft or inheritance, or to stop the other man from
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must apologize; the truth is, I was thinking of a man I once knew. He
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on him. The other man did not possess anything that he could possibly
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want. The other man was not behaving in any way which the murderer
---------------
wanted to stop. The murdered man was not in a position to hurt, or
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the case. There were no politics in the case. This man killed a fellow-
---------------
damaged or discredited. There was his brother Philip, a young man with
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* "The only one I know," observed Devine, "is that man called Carver, who
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seems a very quiet hobby for a man of his sort. However, I've no doubt
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gate, Devine found the man he was looking for without going into the
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house. The man was walking about in the garden, with his hands in his
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pockets, wearing a large, limp straw hat; a man with a long face and a
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anything. He was an active little old man with a very honest wig; one of
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* Devine looked at the little man in black, and something in the gaze of
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asked to come round here to meet a man who is coming to communicate
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* "Pray don't let anybody move," said the man called Carver, in clear and
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* "Not a bad idea," said Carver, as the young man rushed from the room;
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* Devine had, indeed, noticed as the young man plunged past him that he
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shone on the great sham spectacles of the man who had been called
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our own people. I knew this dead man very well indeed; I was his
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confessor, and his friend. So far as a man can, I knew his mind when he
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ever a man went straight to heaven, it might be he."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "I mean it was a dead man who looked in at the window," said Father
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Brown. "It was a dead man who crawled round more than one house, looking
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shortest explanation is to take it from the standpoint of the man who
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did it. You know the man who did it. John Bankes."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "The very last man I should have thought of," said Devine.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "The very first man I thought of," said Father Brown; "in so far as I
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social types or trades. Any man can be a murderer like poor John; any
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isn't only the Count, either; that man at the bank looks to me much too
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a round-faced, round-bodied little old man rather like a bald
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tomfoolery? If a man climbs into the sky on a mango-tree, how is it
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or any other vent, the man called Harmer interrupted gruffly:
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told the man, of that he could not come inside; and the man answered,
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the philosophical. It illustrates how the wise man can get behind time
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only a man who is right without knowing why."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "Yes, I might understand that better," said the young man in a low
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the man from the balcony; but the old clerk had already regained the top
---------------
search than depression at the loss. The man named Harmer, who had come
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* But the Count was not a man to let anything pass that gave an apparent
---------------
they did yesterday. When a man as ragged as those I described is able,
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kind. The man did not stand in the road and think, which the Count tells
---------------
East, too, I fancy. What sort of man is he?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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a man cannot see himself. There was a man who had a fly in his eye when
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incredible dragon in the moon. And I am told that if a man hears the
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like this, everything depends on the preparation of the mind. A man can
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any noise a man could hear upstairs, is this."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "I was saying that a man may be in the mood to look for something very
---------------
he had to cut it very fine. It's true I never heard the man in the
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* "Beware of the man you forget," replied his friend; "he is the one man
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"This man was a very high-class criminal; he had been an excellent
---------------
actor, and therefore he was a good psychologist. A man like the Count
---------------
never hears any voice but his own; but this man could listen, when you
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any case, of course, the hundred botherations that besiege a man in such
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* If it be possible for a heavy and healthy man to look haggard, he looked
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-looking man with a long cleft chin and fair hair low on his forehead,
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* "Jarvis thinks the only man who might manage her is her own priest round
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* Father Brown moved off in company with the man who had brought him in,
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said, she had confided in every man about her confounded intellectual
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with a man except in the last resort. It wasn't a human passion with
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* The young man stirred rather than started and looked at the priest
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last night and they say they're sending down a man at once. Do you know,
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and a successful rival, too," said the young man bitterly; "and I don't
---------------
else he is. He has the best of all alibis; the evidence of a man who
---------------
could swear in any court he did nothing to the old man yesterday. Dalmon
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received the younger man with hearty hospitality and seemed to be
---------------
phrase that the old man 'had not changed much in thirty years,' and the
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other before. That was why the younger man had come down rather covertly
---------------
to that district. That was why the elder man was lending himself so
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nightmare; as if a man were walking about with his head stuck on the
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doesn't strike me as the sort of man who'd have stood there with a
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ladies, and then a refreshment shop run by a man who happens to be in
---------------
and Vaudrey, in his violent passion, dragged the man to a pig-sty on
---------------
that would have kept a man silent under deadly blackmail for decades."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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example of the sort of little thing a certain sort of man often entirely
---------------
* To the barber, a small, bald-headed, spectacled man whose name was
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* The man in the corner babbled something that Smith could not hear; but
---------------
cases where a motive really is too weak to convict a man and yet strong
---------------
last man really to kill a big strong man for a tiff about money. But he
---------------
would be the first man to fear that he would be accused of having done
---------------
* The priest still seemed to be in a sort of trance, like a man staring
---------------
* Father Brown started, and blinked like a man awakened from sleep.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "What?" exclaimed the secretary incredulously. "A man creeps up behind
---------------
another man and cuts his throat, while he is smiling pleasantly at the
---------------
only say that many a man would have been driven to it, to defend himself
---------------
was blackmailing the rich man. As a matter offset, the rich man was
---------------
other is, that a man can only be blackmailed for money. It's the last
---------------
course. Sir Arthur was not actually a fiend; he was a man with a
---------------
story about throwing the man into the pig-sty. If he'd thrown him then
---------------
are never the worst. And Dalmon looks to me like a man who knows
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old man they tell all those tales about--how he lives in a tower with a
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come to us. But the old man counts for a good deal in the affair, and I
---------------
how we stand. The question is, as the man said in Dickens, is the old
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He was running towards the tall and well-dressed young man with the
---------------
that they hardly saw the little man with the large beard standing beside
---------------
-necked man with the beard bringing up the rear like some grotesque
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man to another good man through the interval of a bad one? Edward I
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no sense in going up to a fashionable young man in Bond Street and
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that little man passes as her husband."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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has an inner life. Well, there really is a kind of man who confides the
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can't last indefinitely. The old man is nearly eighty, though he still
---------------
that a man who arranged all the rest of that room with that exaggerated
---------------
certainly another man in armour. And what has become of him?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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of two feet sunk so deep into the solid bank I was sure that the man was
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* "An old man of eighty can walk," said Father Brown. "An old man can even
---------------
walk a good deal, pottering about in country lanes. But an old man can't
---------------
young man dressed up as an old man. And there you have the whole story."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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disguise. The old man disguised himself in a wig, and the young man in a
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old man to die?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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sorts of lies to the Germans. But if a man is trading in the truth with
---------------
of the man of science.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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green god, stood the man called the Master of the Mountain. His pointed
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Egyptian than Indian. The man was standing with staring eyes; wide open,
---------------
to have a theft in one's house, let alone connecting it with a man like
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* Something in his voice made the other man stop and stare.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* The other man stood rooted to the spot, like one whose hair was standing
---------------
sane man would have used two. But the other hand was slipping the jewel
---------------
by George! I tell you some of them are so different that the best man of
---------------
one creed will be callous, where the worst man of another will be
---------------
an ordinary English gentleman in a fuss. The man who really did it would
---------------
It was that of a tall man standing on a rise of ground above the rest,
---------------
that of a man in armour; the next instant his figure was a dark and even
---------------
tidying up. A young man of the name of Mallow, very big and shy, with
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The young man glanced at the lady a little anxiously and said: "Can't we
---------------
be shown up. Here's a man that might have been useful to the Empire and
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with a sigh. "It's just like some creepy story of a dead man burying
---------------
* "It's all very strange," said the young man rather vaguely. "It isn't
---------------
should we entangle a man again in an old family tie just when he showed
---------------
looking at the young man with screwed up eyes and slightly quizzical
---------------
I don't even know if he's a convert or merely a man comforting his
---------------
should an honourable man break off his engagement merely because he was
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the instant he was dead all my pity was for the man who killed him; as
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* That seemed to be all over, like the noise that wakes a man up.
---------------
admit that such a crime ought to cut a man off for ever; and I confess I
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dead man lying in a dark heap, and the slayer, stooping as he ran,
---------------
any human picture: the second of the slain man standing motionless and
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* "Docs this man Romanic move very slowly?" he asked.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
because he had the bad luck to shoot a man in a duel more than a quarter
---------------
people might possibly, in certain cases, encourage a man to go regularly
---------------
"Because you are a good man and God had mercy on your innocence, and he
---------------
undischarged. Then as the elder man bent over the younger, the younger
---------------
this man that you err so much on the side of mercy, and are ready to be
---------------
violence. A man who can express himself in song need not express himself
---------------
that, save for the grace of God, I might have been a man for whom the
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all he can ever snatch out of nothingness--that is the man who will
---------------
saving nothing. It is not the revolutionary man but the respectable man
---------------
exposure would mean to a man like that fashionable barrister; and
---------------
one man and yet to a hundred murderers. There was something uncanny
---------------
ruby; or the Count the goldfish; though a man like Bankes might easily
---------------
the sort of man who brags about having 'shown up' sham magicians or poor
---------------
it--in the man who wanted to expose the Prophet--and it was he that
---------------
sneaked the ruby; in the man who jeered at his sister's psychic
---------------
* He spoke like a man who had once captured a divine vision. Grandison
---------------
bewildering instant. But was there not something wrong with the man who
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and sin. It gives a man his remorse beforehand."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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conceive any man being such a Judas?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* the wise man
= l'uomo saggio - il saggio
---------------
* a man worthy of praise
= un uomo degno di lode
---------------
* a man good and wise but lazy
= un uomo buono e saggio
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* a man forty years old
= un uomo di quarant'anni
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aapmh
= annual available productive man hours , aapmh ,
---------------
action man
= action man ,
---------------
advance man
= assistente mandato in avanscoperta elettorale ,
---------------
advertising man
= agente pubblicitario , pubblicitario ,
---------------
all-round man
= uomo versatile ,
---------------
anchor man
= uomo chiave , pilastro , moderatore ,
---------------
angry young man
= giovane arrabbiato , intellettuale anticonformista ,
---------------
antipolitical man
= apolitico ,
---------------
any man
= chiunque ,
---------------
any man alive
= chiuque , tutti ,
---------------
artillery man
= artigliere , tossicomane che si buca ,
---------------
as a man
= come un solo uomo , all'unanimità ,
---------------
as a young man
= da giovane ,
---------------
as good a man as ever trod shoe-leather
= il più buon uomo che sia mai esistito ,
---------------
as one man
= come un solo uomo , all'unanimità ,
---------------
as one man to another
= da uomo a uomo ,
---------------
ass man
= uomo attratto dal sedere delle donne , persona ossessionata dal sesso ,
---------------
audio control man
= tecnico del suono ,
---------------
audio man
= tecnico del suono ,
---------------
available young man
= giovanotto libero ,
---------------
back-door man
= amante segreto , amante di una donna sposata ,
---------------
bald-headed man
= uomo calvo ,
---------------
balding man
= uomo dalla calvizie incipiente ,
---------------
balloon man
= venditore di palloncini , pallonaio ,
---------------
barrow man
= venditore ambulante ,
---------------
base man
= uomo spregevole , vile , giocatore base , difensore di base ,
---------------
beardless young man
= sbarbatello ,
---------------
bedridden old man
= vecchio costretto a letto ,
---------------
beefy man
= uomo muscoloso ,
---------------
behave like a man
= comportati da uomo! comportarsi da uomo ,
---------------
behaved like a man
= comportatosi da uomo ,
---------------
behaves like a man
= si comporta da uomo ,
---------------
behaving like a man
= comportandosi da uomo ,
---------------
beneficent man
= uomo benefico ,
---------------
bent old man
= vecchio curvo ,
---------------
best man
= testimone dello sposo , compare , compare d'anello , migliore ,
---------------
better man than
= uomo migliore di ,
---------------
between man and man
= da uomo a uomo ,
---------------
beyond the memory of man
= da tempo immemorabile ,
---------------
big man on campus
= studente più simpatico di un campus , leader di un campus ,
---------------
big-bodied man
= uomo dal corpo grosso ,
---------------
bird man
= ornitologo ,
---------------
black man
= negro , uomo di colore ,
---------------
black-hearted man
= uomo dall'anima nera , uomo malvagio , uomo perverso ,
---------------
blind man
= cieco ,
---------------
boating man
= appassionato di canottaggio , appassionato di vela ,
---------------
boom man
= microfonista ,
---------------
booth man
= proiezionista ,
---------------
breakdown man
= scompositore ,
---------------
broken man
= uomo rovinato , uomo fallito ,
---------------
button man
= killer ,
---------------
cable man
= addetto alla sistemazione dei cavi ,
---------------
cage man
= cassiere ,
---------------
callow young man
= giovane inesperto ,
---------------
camera grip man
= macchinista addetto alla macchina da presa ,
---------------
career man
= diplomatico di carriera ,
---------------
chief property man
= caposquadra attrezzisti ,
---------------
city man
= commerciante della city di londra, banchiere della city di londra ,
---------------
coal man
= carbonaio ,
---------------
college man
= studente universitario ,
---------------
colour man
= commerciante di vernici ,
---------------
coming man
= uomo che ha un avvenire, astro nascente, uomo nuovo ,
---------------
commando man
= soldato appartenente a un commando ,
---------------
common man
= uomo comune, uomo della strada ,
---------------
confidence man
= truffatore ,
---------------
contact man
= intermediario, contact man ,
---------------
continuity man
= segretario di produzione , segretario di edizione ,
---------------
crooked man
= uomo disonesto ,
---------------
crooked old man
= vecchio storpio ,
---------------
cultivated man
= uomo colto ,
---------------
currish man
= uomo ringhioso, uomo spregevole, uomo irascibile ,
---------------
cut man
= addetto alle pagine pubblicitarie , addetto alla cura delle ferite ,
---------------
dangle after a man of importance
= stare alle costole d'un uomo importante, ronzare attorno a un uomo importante ,
---------------
dangled after a man of importance
= stato alle costole d'un uomo importante, ronzato attorno a un uomo importante ,
---------------
dangles after a man of importance
= sta alle costole d'un uomo importante, ronza attorno a un uomo importante ,
---------------
dangling after a man of importance
= stando alle costole d'un uomo importante, ronzando attorno a un uomo importante ,
---------------
deaf man
= sordo ,
---------------
deliberate man
= uomo cauto, uomo prudente ,
---------------
delivery man
= addetto alle consegne ,
---------------
discharge of the accused man
= assoluzione dell'imputato ,
---------------
dissipated young man
= giovane dissipato ,
---------------
distinguished man of letters
= letterato eminente ,
---------------
distinguished-looking man
= uomo dall'aria distinta ,
---------------
dolly man
= carrellista , macchinista-carrellista ,
---------------
don't speak to the man at the wheel
= non parlate al conducente, non parlate all'uomo al volante ,
---------------
each man
= ognuno ,
---------------
easy-going man
= uomo accomodante, uomo che non se la prende, uomo che tira a campare, bonaccione, pacioccone, indolente ,
---------------
effects man
= rumorista ,
---------------
every man jack
= ognuno, tutti quanti ,
---------------
every man to his craft
= a ciascuno il suo mestiere ,
---------------
filch
= rubare, rubacchiare, fare man bassa di ,
---------------
filched
= rubato, rubacchiato, fatto man bassa di ,
---------------
filcher
= chi ruba\rubacchia, chi fa man bassa di ,
---------------
filchers
= chi ruba\rubacchia, chi fa man bassa di ,
---------------
filches
= ruba, rubacchia, fa man bassa di ,
---------------
filching
= rubando, rubacchiando, facendo man bassa di ,
---------------
first property man
= caposquadra attrezzisti ,
---------------
fixture man
= attrezzista ,
---------------
generator man
= gruppista ,
---------------
getting an old man
= invecchiando,
---------------
god command and man obeys
= l'uomo propone e dio dispone,
---------------
great-bellied man
= uomo dalla pancia prominente, uomo con una grossa pancia,
---------------
green man
= addetto alla vegetazione di scena , giardiniere ,
---------------
hatcheck man
= guardarobiere,
---------------
lab man
= tecnico del laboratorio di sviluppo e stampa , tecnico dello sviluppo ,
---------------
labouring man
= lavoratore, operaio,
---------------
lead man
= caporeparto costruzioni ,
---------------
livestock man
= responsabile degli animali di scena ,
---------------
make-up man
= truccatore,
---------------
many a man
= parecchi uomini ,
---------------
may the best man win
= che vinca il migliore!,
---------------
microphone boom man
= microfonista,
---------------
mike man
= microfonista,
---------------
my young man
= il mio innamorato, il mio ragazzo,
---------------
no man alive
= nessuno, nessuno al mondo,
---------------
old-clothes man
= rigattiere,
---------------
one's own man
= padrone di sé, senza padroni, lavoratore autonomo,
---------------
picture man
= cineasta,
---------------
powder man
= responsabile di effetti pirotecnici ,
---------------
public relation man
= responsabile pubbliche relazioni,
---------------
reporter-camera man
= operatore di reportage ,
---------------
set one's cap at a man
= dare la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
set one's cap for a man
= dare la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
sets one's cap at a man
= dà la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
sets one's cap for a man
= dà la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
setting one's cap at a man
= dando la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
setting one's cap for a man
= dando la caccia a un uomo per farsi sposare ,
---------------
sheading
= uno dei sei distretti amministrativi dell'isola di man ,
---------------
slate man
= ciacchista ,
---------------
sound boom man
= microfonista ,
---------------
sound effects man
= rumorista ,
---------------
special effects man
= tecnico degli effetti speciali ,
---------------
still man
= fotografo di scena ,
---------------
stunt co-ordinator
= consigliere tecnico dello stunt man , consigliere allenatore dello stunt man ,
---------------
stunt driver
= consigliere tecnico dello stunt man , consigliere allenatore dello stunt man ,
---------------
stunt man
= stunt man , cascatore , acrobata , controfigura per scene pericolose ,
---------------
stunt person
= stunt man , cascatore , acrobata , controfigura per scene pericolose ,
---------------
stunt supervisor
= consigliere tecnico dello stunt man , consigliere allenatore dello stunt man ,
---------------
swing gang man
= addetto alla costruzione e allo smantellamento del set ,
---------------
that devil of a man
= diavolo d'un uomo! ,
---------------
the best man
= il testimone dello sposo ,
---------------
the common man
= l'uomo comune , l'uomo della strada ,
---------------
to a man
= unanimemente , tutti quanti , nessuno escluso ,
---------------
to the last man
= unanimemente , tutti quanti , nessuno escluso ,
---------------
Coniugazione:1 - equipaggiare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io equipaggio
tu equipaggi
egli equipaggia
noi equipaggiamo
voi equipaggiate
essi equipaggiano
Imperfetto
io equipaggiavo
tu equipaggiavi
egli equipaggiava
noi equipaggiavamo
voi equipaggiavate
essi equipaggiavano
Passato remoto
io equipaggiai
tu equipaggiasti
egli equipaggiò
noi equipaggiammo
voi equipaggiaste
essi equipaggiarono
Passato prossimo
io ho equipaggiato
tu hai equipaggiato
egli ha equipaggiato
noi abbiamo equipaggiato
voi avete equipaggiato
essi hanno equipaggiato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo equipaggiato
tu avevi equipaggiato
egli aveva equipaggiato
noi avevamo equipaggiato
voi avevate equipaggiato
essi avevano equipaggiato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi equipaggiato
tu avesti equipaggiato
egli ebbe equipaggiato
noi avemmo equipaggiato
voi eveste equipaggiato
essi ebbero equipaggiato
Futuro semplice
io equipaggerò
tu equipaggerai
egli equipaggerà
noi equipaggeremo
voi equipaggerete
essi equipaggeranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò equipaggiato
tu avrai equipaggiato
egli avrà equipaggiato
noi avremo equipaggiato
voi avrete equipaggiato
essi avranno equipaggiato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io equipaggi
che tu equipaggi
che egli equipaggi
che noi equipaggiamo
che voi equipaggiate
che essi equipaggino
Passato
che io abbia equipaggiato
che tu abbia equipaggiato
che egli abbia equipaggiato
che noi abbiamo equipaggiato
che voi abbiate equipaggiato
che essi abbiano equipaggiato
Imperfetto
che io equipaggiassi
che tu equipaggiassi
che egli equipaggiasse
che noi equipaggiassimo
che voi equipaggiaste
che essi equipaggiassero
Trapassato
che io avessi equipaggiato
che tu avessi equipaggiato
che egli avesse equipaggiato
che noi avessimo equipaggiato
che voi aveste equipaggiato
che essi avessero equipaggiato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io equipaggerei
tu equipaggeresti
egli equipaggerebbe
noi equipaggeremmo
voi equipaggereste
essi equipaggerebbero
Passato
io avrei equipaggiato
tu avresti equipaggiato
egli avrebbe equipaggiato
noi avremmo equipaggiato
voi avreste equipaggiato
essi avrebbero equipaggiato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
equipaggia
equipaggi
equipaggiamo
equipaggiate
equipaggino
Futuro
-
equipaggerai
equipaggerà
equipaggeremo
equipaggerete
equipaggeranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
equipaggiar
Passato
essersi equipaggiato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
equipaggiante
Passato
equipaggiato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
equipaggiando
Passato
avendo equipaggiato
Verb: to man-manned-manned
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I man
you man
he/she/it mans
we man
you man
they man
Simple past
I manned
you manned
he/she/it manned
we manned
you manned
they manned
Simple past
I manned
you manned
he/she/it manned
we manned
you manned
they manned
Present perfect
I have manned
you have manned
he/she/it has manned
we have manned
you have manned
they have manned
Past perfect
I had manned
you had manned
he/she/it had manned
we had manned
you had manned
they had manned
Past perfect
I had manned
you had manned
he/she/it had manned
we had manned
you had manned
they had manned
Simple future
I will man
you will man
he/she/it will man
we will man
you will man
they will man
Future perfect
I will have manned
you will have manned
he/she/it will have manned
we will have manned
you will have manned
they will have manned
Present continuous
I am manning
you are manning
he/she/it is manning
we are manning
you are manning
they are manning
Past simple continuous
I was manning
you were manning
he/she/it was manning
we were manning
you were manning
they were manning
Future continuous
I will be manning
you will be manning
he/she/it will be manning
we will be manning
you will be manning
they will be manning
Future perfect continuous
I will have been manning
you will have been manning
he/she/it will have been manning
we will have been manning
you will have been manning
they will have been manning
Present perfect continuous
I have been manning
you have been manning
he/she/it has been manning
we have been manning
you have been manning
they have been manning
Past perfect continuous
I had been manning
you had been manning
he/she/it had been manning
we had been manning
you had been manning
they had been manning
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I man
That you man
That he/she/it man
That we man
That you man
That they man
Present perfect
That I have manned
That you have manned
That he/she/it have manned
That we have manned
That you have manned
That they have manned
Simple past
That I manned
That you manned
That he/she/it manned
That we manned
That you manned
That they manned
Past perfect
That I had manned
That you had manned
That he/she/it had manned
That we had manned
That you had manned
That they had manned
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would man
you would man
we would man
we would man
you would man
they would man
Past
I would have manned
you would have manned
he/she/it would have manned
we would have manned
you would have manned
they would have manned
Present continous
I would be manning
you would be manning
we would be manning
we would be manning
you would be manning
they would be manning
Past continous
I would have been manning
you would have been manning
he/she/it would have been manning
we would have been manning
you would have been manning
they would have been manning
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me man
man
let him man
let us man
man
let them man
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to man
Past
to have manned
Present continous
to be manning
Perfect continous
to have been manning
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
manning
Past
manned
Perfect
having manned
Affermative - GERUND
Present
manning
Past
having manned
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not man
you do not man
he/she/it does not mans
we do not man
you do not man
they do not man
Simple past
I did not man
you did not man
he/she/it did not man
we did not man
you did not man
they did not man
Simple past
I did not man
you did not man
he/she/it did not man
we did not man
you did not man
they did not man
Present perfect
I have not manned
you have not manned
he/she/it has not manned
we have not manned
you have not manned
they have not manned
Past perfect
I had not manned
you had not manned
he/she/it had not manned
we had not manned
you had not manned
they had not manned
Past perfect
I had not manned
you had not manned
he/she/it had not manned
we had not manned
you had not manned
they had not manned
Simple future
I will not man
you will not man
he/she/it will not man
we will not man
you will not man
they will not man
Future perfect
I will not have manned
you will not have manned
he/she/it will not have manned
we will not have manned
you will not have manned
they will not have manned
Present continuous
I am not manning
you are not manning
he/she/it is not manning
we are not manning
you are not manning
they are not manning
Past simple continuous
I was not manning
you were not manning
he/she/it was not manning
we were not manning
you were not manning
they were not manning
Future continuous
I will not be manning
you will not be manning
he/she/it will not be manning
we will not be manning
you will not be manning
they will not be manning
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been manning
you will not have been manning
he/she/it will not have been manning
we will not have been manning
you will not have been manning
they will not have been manning
Present perfect continuous
I have not been manning
you have not been manning
he/she/it has not been manning
we have not been manning
you have not been manning
they have not been manning
Past perfect continuous
I had not been manning
you had not been manning
he/she/it had not been manning
we had not been manning
you had not been manning
they had not been manning
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not man
That you do not man
That he/she/it does not man
That we do not man
That you do not man
That they do not man
Present perfect
That I have not manned
That you have not manned
That he/she/it have not manned
That we have not manned
That you have not manned
That they have not manned
Simple past
That I did not man
That you did not man
That he/she/it did not man
That we did not man
That you did not man
That they did not man
Past perfect
That I had not manned
That you had not manned
That he/she/it had not manned
That we had not manned
That you had not manned
That they had not manned
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not man
you would not man
we would not man
we would not man
you would not man
they would not man
Past
I would not have manned
you would not have manned
he/she/it would not have manned
we would not have manned
you would not have manned
they would not have manned
Present continous
I would not be manning
you would not be manning
we would not be manning
we would not be manning
you would not be manning
they would not be manning
Past continous
I would not have been manning
you would not have been manning
he/she/it would not have been manning
we would not have been manning
you would not have been manning
they would not have been manning
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me man
do not man
do not let him man
do not let us man
do not man
do not let them man
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to man
Past
not to have manned
Present continous
not to be manning
Perfect continous
not to have been manning
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not manning
Past
not manned
Perfect
not having manned
Negative - GERUND
Present
not manning
Past
not having manned
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I man ?
do you man ?
does she/he/it mans ?
do we man ?
do you man ?
do they man ?
Simple past
did I man ?
did you man ?
did she/he/it man ?
did we man ?
did you man ?
did they man ?
Simple past
did I man ?
did you man ?
did she/he/it man ?
did we man ?
did you man ?
did they man ?
Present perfect
have I manned ?
have you manned ?
has she/he/it manned ?
have we manned ?
have you manned ?
have they manned ?
Past perfect
had I manned ?
had you manned ?
had she/he/it manned ?
had we manned ?
had you manned ?
had they manned ?
Past perfect
had I manned ?
had you manned ?
had she/he/it manned ?
had we manned ?
had you manned ?
had they manned ?
Simple future
will I man ?
will you man ?
will she/he/it man ?
will we man ?
will you man ?
will they man ?
Future perfect
will I have manned ?
will you have manned ?
will she/he/it have manned ?
will we have manned ?
will you have manned ?
will they have manned ?
Present continuous
am I manning ?
are you manning ?
is she/he/it manning ?
are we manning ?
are you manning ?
are they manning ?
Past simple continuous
was I manning ?
were you manning ?
was she/he/it manning ?
were we manning ?
were you manning ?
were they manning ?
Future continuous
will I be manning ?
will you be manning ?
will she/he/it be manning ?
will we be manning ?
will you be manning ?
will they be manning ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been manning ?
will you have been manning ?
will she/he/it have been manning ?
will we have been manning ?
will you have been manning ?
will they have been manning ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been manning ?
have you been manning ?
has she/he/it been manning ?
have we been manning ?
have you been manning ?
have they been manning ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been manning ?
had you been manning ?
had she/he/it been manning ?
had we been manning ?
had you been manning ?
had they been manning ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I man ?
That do you man ?
That does she/he/it man ?
That do we man ?
That do you man ?
That do they man ?
Present perfect
That have I manned ?
That have you manned ?
That have she/he/it manned ?
That have we manned ?
That have you manned ?
That have they manned ?
Simple past
That did I man ?
That did you man ?
That did she/he/it man ?
That did we man ?
That did you man ?
That did they man ?
Past perfect
That had I manned ?
That had you manned ?
That had she/he/it manned ?
That had we manned ?
That had you manned ?
That had they manned ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I man ?
would you man ?
would she/he/it man ?
would we man ?
would you man ?
would they man ?
Past
would I have manned?
would you have manned?
would she/he/it have manned?
would we have manned?
would you have manned?
would they have manned?
Present continous
would I be manning ?
would you be manning ?
would she/he/it be manning ?
would we be manning ?
would you be manning ?
would they be manning ?
Past continous
would I have been manning?
would you have been manning?
would she/he/it have been manning?
would we have been manning?
would you have been manning?
would they have been manning?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not man ?
do you not man ?
does she/he/it not mans ?
do we not man ?
do you not man ?
do they not man ?
Simple past
did I not man ?
did you not man ?
did she/he/it not man ?
did we not man ?
did you not man ?
did they not man ?
Simple past
did I not man ?
did you not man ?
did she/he/it not man ?
did we not man ?
did you not man ?
did they not man ?
Present perfect
have I not manned ?
have you not manned ?
has she/he/it not manned ?
have we not manned ?
have you not manned ?
have they not manned ?
Past perfect
had I not manned ?
had you not manned ?
had she/he/it not manned ?
had we not manned ?
had you not manned ?
had they not manned ?
Past perfect
had I not manned ?
had you not manned ?
had she/he/it not manned ?
had we not manned ?
had you not manned ?
had they not manned ?
Simple future
will I not man ?
will you not man ?
will she/he/it not man ?
will we not man ?
will you not man ?
will they not man ?
Future perfect
will I not have manned ?
will you not have manned ?
will she/he/it not have manned ?
will we not have manned ?
will you not have manned ?
will they not have manned ?
Present continuous
am I not manning ?
are you not manning ?
is she/he/it not manning ?
are we not manning ?
are you not manning ?
are they not manning ?
Past simple continuous
was I not manning ?
were you not manning ?
was she/he/it not manning ?
were we not manning ?
were you not manning ?
were they not manning ?
Future continuous
will I not be manning ?
will you not be manning ?
will she/he/it not be manning ?
will we not be manning ?
will you not be manning ?
will they not be manning ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been manning ?
will you not have been manning ?
will she/he/it not have been manning ?
will we not have been manning ?
will you not have been manning ?
will they not have been manning ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been manning ?
have you not been manning ?
has she/he/it not been manning ?
have we not been manning ?
have you not been manning ?
have they not been manning ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been manning ?
had you not been manning ?
had she/he/it not been manning ?
had we not been manning ?
had you not been manning ?
had they not been manning ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not man ?
That do you not man ?
That does she/he/it not man ?
That do we not man ?
That do you not man ?
That do they not man ?
Present perfect
That have I not manned ?
That have you not manned ?
That have she/he/it not manned ?
That have we not manned ?
That have you not manned ?
That have they not manned ?
Simple past
That did I not man ?
That did you not man ?
That did she/he/it not man ?
That did we not man ?
That did you not man ?
That did they not man ?
Past perfect
That had I not manned ?
That had you not manned ?
That had she/he/it not manned ?
That had we not manned ?
That had you not manned ?
That had they not manned ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not man ?
would you not man ?
would she/he/it not man ?
would we not man ?
would you not man ?
would they not man ?
Past
would I not have manned?
would you not have manned?
would she/he/it not have manned?
would we not have manned?
would you not have manned?
would they not have manned?
Present continous
would I not be manning ?
would you not be manning ?
would she/he/it not be manning ?
would we not be manning ?
would you not be manning ?
would they not be manning ?
Past continous
would I not have been manning?
would you not have been manning?
would she/he/it not have been manning?
would we not have been manning?
would you not have been manning?
would they not have been manning?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present