I was an uncommon grand hand at the bools mysel, and could throw the ba as far as Robbie King the heckler—ye mind, Tammie?
He was a stout man dressed in a drab jacket and had the appearance of a heckler.
In 1654 the spire was destroyed by lightning; the skilful architect Heckler was obliged to rebuild it sixty five feet high.
He was a stout man, dressed in a dark jacket, and had the appearance of a heckler.
Then the bearded attorney, whose fame was secure as a heckler of witnesses, rose dramatically from his chair.
Homer Crawford drifted away again before the heckler recovered.
As a heckler he was something fearsome; they had to seat him on the platform for to keep him quiet.