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Perhaps the sick man will say (his voice supposed to be under control of nkinda), “I am So-and-so.”
FETICHISM IN WEST AFRICAROBERT HAMILL NASSAU
Not, of course, meaning any harm, they will inquire of someone else if what So-and-so hinted of So-and-so can possibly be true.
It is virtually no argument that: "So-and-so must be true, because you cannot prove that it is not."
THE ART OF LOGICAL THINKINGWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
For example, on many occasions I was asked by individuals why I had made presents to so-and-so and not to them.
THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
The practical man says, however, I know and feel so-and-so, and my wish is so-and-so.
So definite is the idea, that a nobleman is called after his estate—he is So-and-so of So-and-so.
Boys, I guess your old Uncle Dudley isn't such a so-and-so kind of an old fool after all, is he?
SPRING STREETJAMES H. RICHARDSON
Some look negatively at the problem, feeling that "I could have done better if I had had the advantages of so-and-so."
So-and-so, bulked larger in the division as one of its units than the division did in the war as a unit of the Allied Forces.
THE AMATEUR ARMYPATRICK MACGILL
They open the proceedings by saying, ‘So-and-so has come to partake of your stale food.’

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