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There are as many `blue' blackguards as there are `orange', and as many white as there are purple, or any other color, and I won't have any of my family mixed up with it.
When I began calling myself a scoundrel and a blackguard and my tears flowed (the tirade was accompanied throughout by tears) her whole face worked convulsively.
Wouldn't you, Gania, you blackguard? You'd take three thousand, wouldn't you?
It is really pitiable, particularly when one gets into the hands of a little blackguard, perfect in all sorts of cruelty to animals: all I should like to know is, how the story will end."
But that blackguard Flashman, who never speaks to one without a kick or an oath--"
The Senior Subaltern's throat was dry; but, as he ran his eye over the paper, he broke out into a hoarse cackle of relief, and said to the woman:--"You young blackguard!"
"You have ruined me, you blackguard! I shall never be the woman I have been!"
Of course the dilemma was purely hypothetical; since he wasn't a blackguard Polish nobleman, it was absurd to speculate what his wife's rights would be if he WERE.
"I suppose you've heard that blackguard has deserted her," he cried explosively.
He asks, 'does the Gita or Ramayana teach violence against Muslims?' Referring to Modi's Party, he says, "The party is an army of scoundrels, blackguards, and goons."
As part of Big Burns Supper in Dumfries, the Festival Hub on Whitesands will have Free Music Saturday tomorrow from noon to 12.30pm, featuring Alana Currie, Samba Sisters, Bob Holis, Loose Cargo Trio, Strumsum Rhythm and Blues Band, Velvet Ratio, Blackguards and Mustangz Trio - with no ticket required.
Warner Bros and JK Rowling have stuck with Depp for Fantastic Beasts , sparing him banishment to the ranks of #MeToo blackguards. "The filmmakers and I are not only comfortable sticking with our original casting, but genuinely happy to have Johnny playing a major character in the movies," Rowling said in a statement .