strapper loaned it to me; and the thief stole it, thinking it was mine.
As for myself, I tell you what, brother, I want a strapper; one who can give and take.
Well, even if you want to be hanged, is that any reason why strapper shouldn't have his horse?
She is what is delicately called a strapper, rosy-armed as the morning, and not a little of an Aurora about the ankles.
I call that to the notice of the Foreman of the jury, and also to the notice of young strapper.
A minikin three-and-a-half-feet Colonel, being one day at the drill, was examining a strapper of six feet four.
And I ate it, I suppose, before strapper fetched up with me.
Go out to them, strapper Kemp; and tell them about your big brother's little horse that some wicked man stole.
strapper Kemp: had I the horse when you took me, or had I not?
Go and round one up, strapper; and leave me here alone to wrestle with his poor blinded soul.
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