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" His Nibs skedaddled yesterday per jack-rabbit line with all the coin in the kitty and the bundle of muslin he's spoony about. The boodle is six figures short. Our crowd in good shape, but we need the spondulicks. You collar it. The main guy and the dry... "
Cabbages and Kings - Pagina 12
di O. Henry - 1904 - 312 pagine
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With poor immigrants to America

Stephen Graham - 1914 - 306 pagine
...in American phraseology, so that it shall be quite unintelligible to people who only know English : His nibs skedaddled yesterday per jack-rabbit line...for the briny. You know what to do. — BOB. This is not Shakespearian English, but of course it is not Shakespearian American. The worst of the contemporary...
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Rambles Round the Campus

Melvin Ryder - 1915 - 101 pagine
...when he " got by " with the following bit of chatter found in his book, " Cabbages and Kings " : " His Nibs skedaddled yesterday per jack-rabbit line...the spondulicks. You collar it. The main guy and the drygoods are headed for the briny. You know what to do. " BOB." For the benefit of the uneducated,...
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Complete Writings of O. Henry [i.e. W.S. Porter]

O. Henry - 1917
...confidential message to his friend in Coralio. This could not have been accomplished in either Spanish or English, for the eye politic in Anchuria was an active...guy and the dry goods are headed for the briny. You to know what to do. BOB." This screed, remarkable as it was, had no mystery for Goodwin. He was the...
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 25

1917
...and Kings he uses the device of a slang telegram which the English-speaking Spaniards cannot fathom: "His nibs skedaddled yesterday per jack-rabbit line...kitty and the bundle of muslin he's spoony about," etc. O. Henry could scarcely write a dull word, so a typical objection is against his slang and "vulgarity."...
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