dicey

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I should like to hear more of the story; but, I say, Dicey, are you certain that it is true?

Professor Dicey gives an admirable exposition of the 'rule of law.'

Gall she war call Dicey, an' she war borned on de plantation.

The captain, Gregory, and Dicey were seated in the cabin at the time taking tea.

The captain sat at the head of the table, Dicey at the foot, and the doctor at the side.

As Professor Dicey has put it, parties must be divided upon real differences, which are important, but not fundamental.

The appearance of the sledge immediately after, with a shout and a cheer from Dicey and the men, explained the mystery.

Then go into the boat, and be ready to receive the ladies and women who will be sent into her, and take young Dicey with you.

But Emma and May Dicey, perhaps more than any one else, had cause to mourn for their brother.

“I say, Dicey, surely the doctor is not going in to fight these savage creatures,” whispered Peter.

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