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In short, to be a good scout is to be a well-developed, well-informed boy.

A good scout is ready for both and always grips "time by the forelock."

"I always try to be a good scout with newspaper men," Hatch said, smiling.

I give them some cigarettes—all I had; and they said I was a good scout, like enough.

My husband would be the sort of man that is called a Good Scout.

If he had not been he would never have developed into a good Scout Master.

Like a good scout he was ready to advise, but to the full as ready to hold his tongue and obey.

I have to admit that for about half a minute I wasn't a good scout.

You are to remember that Gilbert was a good scout, but a new one.

Westy's a mighty nice fellow, you bet, and he's a good scout.

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