1 Think of what that means to a man.
2 I can place any man within six miles.
3 Here I am, a shy, diffident sort of man.
4 Don't take a man up like that, Governor.
5 As a military man you ought to know that.
6 I'm not the man to stand in my girl's light.
7 I don't need less than a deserving man: I need more.
8 I want a bit of amusement, cause I'm a thinking man.
9 He is a young man of twenty, in evening dress, very wet around the ankles.
10 Pickering: if we listen to this man another minute, we shall have no convictions left.
11 Ten pounds is a lot of money: it makes a man feel prudent like; and then goodbye to happiness.
12 If a man has a bit of a conscience, it always takes him when he's sober; and then it makes him low-spirited.
13 If you do, she'll be sorry for it after; but better you than her, because you're a man, and she's only a woman and don't know how to be happy anyhow.
14 All I ask is my rights as a father; and you're the last man alive to expect me to let her go for nothing; for I can see you're one of the straight sort, Governor.
15 When I was a poor man and had a solicitor once when they found a pram in the dust cart, he got me off, and got shut of me and got me shut of him as quick as he could.
16 They are all peering out gloomily at the rain, except one man with his back turned to the rest, who seems wholly preoccupied with a notebook in which he is writing busily.
17 He appears in the morning light as a robust, vital, appetizing sort of man of forty or thereabouts, dressed in a professional-looking black frock-coat with a white linen collar and black silk tie.
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