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For that matter, he said, he didn't care a tinker's dam if we were; he had grub and bedding and we were welcome to both.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Mr. Giles directed an appealing glance at the tinker, but he had suddenly fallen asleep.
Tinker received a scimitar from the hands of Mr. Figgins, and flourished it gaily round his head.
Tinker hopped round him as nimbly as a tomtit or a jackdaw, and presently gave him another little taste of his steel.
But Tinker and his man were not at all put out by these strange demonstrations upon the part of the ladies.
When Bogey and Tinker brought down their respective hoofs with a bang, great alarm was manifested.
Tinker sprang over him, and hurried away with the swiftness of a deer.
The Turk sprang after him, and if Tinker had not been there, goodness knows what would have been the result.
Their peril was extreme—greater even than that of the English lads and their faithful followers, Tinker and Bogey.
Tinker was, therefore, lowered as far down as they could manage, and then allowed to drop into the water.

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