The colonel there with old-man Nietch he won't know himself.
Then he drank: the strange, careful, old-man's gesture in drinking.
The colonel there with old-man Nietzsch—he won't know himself.
I'm going to fix you so you can't say it again, you old-man imp!
Old-man said "Ho," which is the way that a Yankton has of saying "All right."
But not a soul had another thought to spare for Old-man Barton that day.
Old-man Barton felt that he was here brought up to the rack.
He knew that if anybody tried to kill him, George's sure aim would be taken at Old-man first of all.
Old-man, if you want to kill me, shoot me, but you shall not take away my flour and leave me to starve.
For one bitter moment the Longman child with its old-man face flitted across her vision.