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Even now, he is also a bondsman, sustained by the evil that is in him and blind to the liberty of service.
Once an idea got possession of him, he was its bondsman until another conquered it and enslaved him anew.
I got that position from courtesy of the sheriff to my father, who was his bondsman.
The guard sidled up to Tulitz and whispered in his ear, "What'll yer gimme if I gitcher a bondsman?"
These she took to a pawnshop and upon them she realized something more than the sum necessary to obtain Tulitz's bondsman.
Never was there a bondsman offered more unfamiliar with the forms and ceremonies necessary to the record of the recognizance.
Objectionable candidates were forced to withdraw, or to take a conservation bondsman, who conducted the office.
No bondsman was he, nor foul to look upon, as painters have limned him after poets' foolish tales.
Sorrowfully Goldborough lay down at night, for her heart was heavy at thinking she had wedded a bondsman.
But Godard bade him go home and remain a bondsman, and be thankful that he was not hanged for so wicked a deed.

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