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Davis’s frontal boasted of course an undefeated lay executed by self-proclaimed “wig slayer,” Kira Dior.
In one hand the lad held up a brazen crucifix, and stretched it forth—defence against the slayer.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Thangbrand abode three winters in Iceland, and was the slayer of three men or ever he departed thence.
The son, whom I had once seen, was a tall, dry fellow who also passed for a fierce slayer of game.
He slipped the automatic into his pocket and straightened beside his inert would-be slayer.
HUNTER PATROLHENRY BEAM PIPER AND JOHN J. MCGUIRE
It seems good to me, therefore, that the Bintang Burung call down Djath's curse on this slayer of one of your people.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
But the burning summer sun was symbolized as a destroyer, a slayer of men, and therefore a war god.
There is no direct evidence, however, to connect Tammuz's slayer with the boar which killed Adonis.
The slayer may have been a Set-like demon--perhaps Nin-shach, who appears to have symbolized the destroying influence of the sun.
The dissenting feminine element was inclined to believe that Mrs. Darling was the slayer.
THE TIGRESSANNE WARNER

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