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At seed time, the farmer asks the Bogie what part of the crop he will have, "tops or bottoms."
Do I look like the bogie man, who lives in the woods and comes to steal away naughty children?
The front bogie of the truck collapsed, the wheels being torn from their axles.
THE HERO OF PANAMAF. S. BRERETON
This bogie, phantom, bugbear, is a supposed influence called "Reaction."
Restore confidence to the English by freeing them from their bogie—Joan!
I sent him back, told him to stay there until he got himself in hand—to stay in the dark and think the bogie down.
THE HIVEWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
Bogie barked, put out his tongue and let the wind blow his left ear inside out.
It's a large home-made bun thing which used to delight me as well as Bogie's mother in days gone by.
“The Bogie Men” has as its underlying situation an amusing misunderstanding of two chimney-sweeps.
SEVEN SHORT PLAYSLADY GREGORY
A little flower-vase I valued very much had been broken by Bogie romping with one of my nieces, and knocking it down.
J. COLEEMMA GELLIBRAND

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