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Pizarro reserved twenty of the trustiest blades for his own escort.
In 1878 Mr. Oversluys, one of our trustiest and most experienced collectors, was despatched to Costa Rica.
THE WOODLANDS ORCHIDSFREDERICK BOYLE
In the eyes of the world he was an absurd personage: but Spenser saw in him perhaps his worthiest and trustiest friend.
SPENSERR. W. CHURCH
Of the few men at his command he chose nine of the trustiest, embarked with them in canoes, and went to meet the marauders.
And the carriers shall be not more than three or four, the trustiest of a man's servants, and well on in years.
"Life, name two of your trustiest men," he added in a low tone to the sergeant.
They hired the trustiest guides known in the country, besides two men to carry the tents and provisions.
OUR LITTLE SWISS COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
This man and his father are the trustiest frendes we have in these partes.
Only the trustiest men had been set upon this search, Mr. Ford taking the most active part in it.
DOROTHY ON A RANCHEVELYN RAYMOND
He encountered very adverse weather, and was driven back with the loss of a ship and one of his trustiest companions .

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