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Landy

[lan-dee] /ˈlæn di/
noun
1.
John Michael, born 1930, Australian track athlete and political leader: governor of Victoria 2001–06.
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  • Buck Lingley and Landy Perkins were to help him make quick work of it.

    Up the River Oliver Optic
  • "Say, that sounds kind of interesting like," observed Landy.

    Pathfinder Alan Douglas
  • "Little Missy's a sight fo' so' eyes," interjected Landy and then withdrew.

    Stubble George Looms
  • "By all that's wonderful, there has been a camp fire here," said Landy.

    Pathfinder Alan Douglas
  • Landy resumed the way to the north; Davy waited to watch the wagon and its little cloud of dust disappear over a distant swell.

    David Lannarck, Midget George S. Harney
  • "I expect I can, sir; anyhow, I'm ready to try," Landy promptly answered.

    Pathfinder Alan Douglas

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