At first the young gents was werry lively on him; but afore we got in, seeing how steady the old chap
come on, they was quite quiet, and laid their heads together what they should do.
This would have laid out a white man on his back for a month: and yet there was that chap
elbowing here and there in the crowd and talking to the others as if nothing had been the matter.
If a chap
lays hold o' your ferret, he won't be long before he hollows out a good un,
Well, now," said Haley, "I could raise that ar chap
myself, or get him raised; he's oncommon likely and healthy, and he'd fetch a hundred dollars, six months hence; and, in a year or two, he'd bring two hundred, if I had him in the right spot; I shan't take a cent less nor fifty for him now.
He was a good chap
at his work, I believe, but he was a crank.
The most sure and most precautious chap
that ever handled niggers.
But thee be'est a poor broken-doon chap
,' said John, sadly, 'and God forgi' me for bragging ower yan o' his weakest creeturs
Now when I was a little chap
I had a passion for maps.
Twenty years ago to-night," said the man, "I dined here at 'Big Joe' Brady's with Jimmy Wells, my best chum, and the finest chap
in the world.
An account of the work of both these men will be found in Goddard's "Psychology of the Normal and Sub-normal" (Kegan Paul, 1919), chap
Thank ye, mister,' growled the man, a huge chap
in a red checked shirt, with a beard like W.
The fact is, you're such an infernally good chap
that something of this sort was bound to happen to you sooner or later.