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Because the Christian regards the hooligan, the thief, the wanton, and the drunkard as men and women who have done wrong.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Mike Hooligan give him that stick: it come from Ireland, and was the pride of Mike's heart; he wouldn't take gold for it.
PIPPIN; A WANDERING FLAMELAURA E. RICHARDS
Hooligan and his wife, scoundrelly caretakers in charge of a mansion in River Forest.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Hooligan told her it wouldn't be necessary for her to say anything, as she could get back to Archer Avenue in the afternoon.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
He's care-taker during the summer for a house in River Forest, Hooligan is, and he took the girl there.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
The moment the girl reached the house, Whipple and Pete made a prisoner of her, and turned her over to Mrs. Hooligan.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
What sort of a two-faced scoundrel is this Hooligan, that he helps criminals in such work?
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
"But Hooligan's house faces a street where no one lives that's able to own an automobile," spoke up Brady.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
It was quite plain that Hooligan's being away in summer was a bad thing for his home place.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
My brother, Hooligan told me, was lying very ill in a house in River Forest, and wanted to see me.
MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS

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