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It happened on the same day Jack Phelan, a coach Gallagher adored, died suddenly at 66 after a lifetime that included being the man who ushered Hartford into Division I in 1981, back when many saw that idea as poppycock.
There's too much of the poppycock—too many of those long-haired, long-winded donkeys playing the miniature creator for my taste.
The Waif was no poppycock yacht, built to dodge about the Solent and run for Cowes if the wind blew a capful.
THE WHITE WATERFALLJAMES FRANCIS DWYER
"I knew he'd talked a lot of poppycock about a man who was still living having been shot to death," Whitburn retorted.
THE EDGE OF THE KNIFEHENRY BEAM PIPER
Billy Stark, coming in at the door, thought that sounded like poppycock, but Electra knew it was the wisdom of the chosen.
ROSE MACLEODALICE BROWN
Has he really got these ideas—the ambitious poppycock that you talked about?
Poppycock,” said Hudson, briefly, and resumed his cogitation.
"Poppycock," whispered Shelby to Carlotta, as he held her hand.
THE COME BACKCAROLYN WELLS
As for paying a hundred and twenty-five dollars a year rent for one, why, thats poppycock.
THE LUCKY SEVENTHRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
“That is all poppycock,” exclaimed Compton, rather more irritably than was usual with him.
THE EFFICIENCY EXPERTEDGAR RICE BURROUGHS

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