Hollander, who grew up in New York, moved to Mexico as a young man and was quickly seduced by the capital.
The Hollander wonders how any reasonable being can dwell in a country where they do not drink gin.
A Hollander, might just as well have chanted modern Greek, or Coptic.
On the land the Spaniard still held his own, but on the water the Hollander was master of the situation.
My Hollander, I bargained not for this when I took passage here.
I don't know; but the young fellow is a Hollander and his face is familiar to me.
My Hollander, even the poet, friend of the immortals, can eat.
These artists, at first educated in one of the native schools, obtained from a Hollander European School.
"I thought you'd be asking about them," the Hollander commented dryly.
The Vanderkists all began life as very pretty little girls, but showed more or less of the Hollander ancestry as they grow up.