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To have been one of the beings he so cunningly imitated, Corny Brannigan would have given his right hand.
SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
You—you ought to have seen his expression when he saw that I wasnt Mrs. Brannigan, went on Chick, wiping the tears from his eyes.
THE ARRIVAL OF JIMPSONRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Then she can take out them papers and marry Mike Brannigan that's been waitin' in the hopes you'd pass over.
OVERLAND REDHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
Brannigan raised his rifle and waited till the pair should come within easier range.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
But the calf by her side kept getting in the way, and Brannigan's finger lingered on the trigger, awaiting a clearer shot.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Brannigan lowered his gun, a look of humorous satisfaction flitting over his craggy features.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Hugely satisfied with himself, Brannigan strode forth from his hiding and examined his double prize.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Brannigan, glancing back over his shoulder from time to time, concluded that the calf was hungry.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
This being just the affliction which he was dreading for the calf, Brannigan felt a pang of guilt and vouchsafed no reply.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
But Brannigan's sympathies, warm if illogical, had begun to assert themselves with emphasis.
HOOF AND CLAWCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
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