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"I—ah—thought it would not be—ah—quite appropriate," lisped William Philander.
THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARMARTHUR M. WINFIELD (AKA EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
If she had no disposition to philander what was his warrant for supposing she could be corrupted into respectability?
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
John looks at Philander and the latter nods, for it all seems clear and above board.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
His assurance carries the day; the man backs down and allows Philander a passage.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
You noticed how she stared at you and asked your name; why, it didn't matter if a dozen Philander Sharpe were near by.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
The boat from the steamer comes up, led to the spot by Philander's shrill whoops, and the men in the water are rescued.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
The paper which Philander Sharpe discovered gives him a new clew, and this he means to push to the utmost.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
Whereupon Philander begins to feel in his various pockets, and pull out what has been stored there.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
"It may be dangerous to light up here," says Philander, cautiously, but the other is deaf to any advice of this sort.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE
Knowing this fact, it is general principles more than anything else that causes Philander to have concern.
MISS CAPRICEST. GEORGE RATHBORNE

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