Mr Rushton was sent for, and he said that he couldn't understand it at all!

Mr Riddell knows very little about sports, though I do hear he was seen coxing a schoolhouse boat this morning.

The Willoughby CaptainsTalbot Baines Reed

He left Mr Monypenny with his head full of thoughts which were not all heroic.

And what may be your business with me, Mr Second Lieutenant?

The Fixed PeriodAnthony Trollope

“Glad to see you, little girl,” said Mr Shank, as he led the way into his room.

Ned GarthW. H. G. Kingston

Mr Garstang will see you, gentlemen,” said the old clerk, entering.

Cursed by a FortuneGeorge Manville Fenn

But Mr Nearthewinde is a safe man, and easy to be employed with but little danger.

Doctor ThorneAnthony Trollope

Mr Brass slyly tickles his nose with his pen, and looks at Kit with the water standing in his eyes.

The Old Curiosity ShopCharles Dickens

Did the men drink so much as to quarrel in their cups, who was so handy to plaister up the broken heads as Mr Cophagus?

Mr Wegg replied, (tartly to this personal inquiry), 'In an accident.'

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

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