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Dar wuz a ole free issue named Denson who digged ditches fer massa an' he always brung long his demijohn wid his whiskey.
He has been drunk three times in the last month; he is a walking demijohn; his hypocrisy a shame to his grey hairs.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
The covering of a broken demijohn was used in the manner shown as a waste-paper basket.
They strung out and started for the Antarctic Ocean, with a big old wicker-worked demijohn in the lead.
OVER THE SLIPRAILSHENRY LAWSON
He lifted the demijohn of whiskey from the table and shook it.
He promptly broke the demijohn, and was knocked down thereupon by one of the drunken sailors.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
The torpedo was a demijohn of powder enclosed in a box sunk in the river and fired by a string from the shore.
This pedestal did duty for a neck; and upon it was placed a thing which, viewed as a whole, resembled a demijohn.
The last item was: "To demijohn and one gallon whisky for medicine, $8.00."
THE COMSTOCK CLUBCHARLES CARROLL GOODWIN
He was reeling homeward, with under one arm a live turkey, and swinging from the other a demijohn of claret.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE

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