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She had been to business college and was a dandy stenographer.
I think that was just Saunders trying to make a dandy good job of it.
"He's a dandy if he catches Baumberger," Miss Georgie averred, gloomily.
And I thought of a dandy idea, it's what they call an inspiration.
They know Dandy Jack, and are philosophically resigned to their fate.
But Dandy Jack has a peculiar genius which other persons lack.
And the greater the dandy, the more surely is he a capable horseman.
He is the dandy of the company in real life, though a fire-eater on the stage.
I think a fellow could spend his whole summer here, and have a dandy time.
It would have been a dandy to work into one of the sea dramas.