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Yet how came it that even a low-caste mongrel of a Lascar should offer such an overt insult to a Brahmin!
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The lascar moved his feet cautiously, and they rustled among dried stumps.
At last the lascar rose and floundered through the mud toward the village, but he was careful to leave an ally to watch the boats.
A Lascar is standing by grinning, with a bucket of water and a deck-swab; they want to begin holystoning down the decks.
Jasper, waking, makes experiments on the talk of the old woman, the Lascar and Chinaman in their sleep.
A canoe, in which was the Lascar, soon afterwards put off from land and came alongside.
The Lascar had an old silver sword-guard, which he bartered for a few fishing-hooks.
Jacob sat sleeping in the bottom of the boat, squatting Lascar fashion—a huddle of coat and angular knees and bowed head.
A Lascar and a Chinaman were lying there like corpses, narcotised by the drug, and dreaming God knows what dreams of paradise.
A WOMAN'S BURDENFERGUS HUME
Serang, se-rang′, n. the skipper of a small East Indian vessel, the boatswain of a lascar crew.

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