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Mannie

[man-ee] /ˈmæn i/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Emanuel.
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  • As Winthrop approached the centre table, Mannie backed against the piano.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • As the only masculine point of view available, she appealed to Mannie wistfully.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • The others try how often they can touch the wall, and when the “Mannie” catches one, that one becomes “Mannie.”

  • You'll wear it, just to please me and Mannie, won't you, dearie?

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • From the hall Mannie appeared between the curtains that hung across the doorway.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • Mannie precipitately retreated from his position as champion.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • The abruptness of this unsportsmanlike blow below the belt caused Mannie to wince.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • The interview was filling Mannie with excitement and delight.

    Vera Richard Harding Davis
  • But the Butcher wouldn't kill the Coo without a silver penny, so back the Mannie went to the house.

  • Upon him, as upon Mannie, had fallen the spell of the Hallowell fortune.

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