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These scientists have worked miracles before which those of the ancient priests and magicians are mere tricks of hanky-panky.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
I brought a hanky Im hemstitching for Mother in school and worked on it a little while in between lunch and class.
BETTY LEE, FRESHMANDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
If you play any hanky-panky tricks—look here, Da Souza, I'll kill you, sure!
A MILLIONAIRE OF YESTERDAYE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Some hanky-panky with regimental money; every one knows how India plays the devil with a man's sense of right and wrong.
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS
My head had been sewn up, also my lip, and a nice tight bandage replaced the hanky.
FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
I'll put up with no hanky-panky work from Mrs. Cummers Portheris, my dear—and well she knows it!'
AN AMERICAN GIRL IN LONDONSARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN
He had no idea I wasn't interested in his other hanky-panky, but could tell I had had a low blow.
THE MISPLACED BATTLESHIPHARRY HARRISON (AKA HENRY MAXWELL DEMPSEY)
There was no hanky-panky about his promotion either—no petticoat influence; it was all sheer merit and courage.
"We'll be making straight for the Silver Lake, where the hanky was found," explained Mackintosh as they set off.
THE FIERY TOTEMARGYLL SAXBY
The time will no' be lost, for Haggis and me will set oot on a wee scouting expedition to the place where we found yon hanky.
THE FIERY TOTEMARGYLL SAXBY

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