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Gam   Listen

A herd of whales.

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"Gam" Quotes from Famous Books

... very nearly. I now have lost all hope of the waters of this river ever extending to N Latitude 50 though I still hope and think it more than probable that both white earth river and milk river extend as far north as latd. 50- we have seen but few buffaloe today no deer and very few Antelopes; gam of every discription is extreemly wild which induces me to beleive that the indians are now, or have been lately in this neighbourhood. we wounded a buffaloe this evening but our horses were so much fatiegued that we were unable to ...
— The Journals of Lewis and Clark • Meriwether Lewis et al

... you I am right," said one of these testily; "I would stake my sword that he is not what he seems. I saw him exchange a bit of paper with yonder manikin fiddler, who has been under suspicion for some weeks, and cleverly they did it, too. It's not the first time, I'll warrant, that Mynheer von Gam—" ...
— An Unwilling Maid • Jeanie Gould Lincoln

... Carminativo, lo que pertenece los remedios contra los flatos. Carminativo, ang ukol sa gamt laban sa hangin na ...
— Dictionary English-Spanish-Tagalog • Sofronio G. Calderon

... general, through the courage and ability he had shown at Fort Henry, at Fort Donelson, at Chickamauga, and in Sherman's March to the Sea. Charles Morris McCook was killed at the first Bull Run in 1861, while in his Freshman year at Gam-bier. His father saw him overwhelmed by the enemy and called out to him to surrender; but he answered "Father, I will never surrender to a rebel," and was shot down by one of the Black Horse Cavalry. John J. McCook served in the campaigns of the West and with ...
— Stories Of Ohio - 1897 • William Dean Howells

... cowardly Bullies, tatter'd Gam'sters, and Fellows that have been twice transported, poor, unhappy scoundrels that disturb the Nation to please you rich Male-Contents, and are hang'd ...
— The Fine Lady's Airs (1709) • Thomas Baker

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