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johnson

1. n. a thing. (see also jones.) Hand me that little johnson.
2. n. a penis. (Again, a thing. Usually objectionable.) Zip up, or your johnson’ll get out.
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Johnson kindly let me have his wood-horse and saw, and I very soon found myself a plenty of work.
Johnson, the coal-owner, a very active gentleman, not older than yourself.
He thrashed me within an inch of my life, and then he made me marry Captain Johnson.
Johnson and Macpherson were very angry with and rude to each other.
The other three have gone," I said, and I happened to be looking at Johnson as I spoke.
I shall not be a party to high treason," snapped Johnson.
I am ready to hear, if Mr Johnson is ready to commence, my dear,' said the collector, assuming the air of a profound critic.
To the suggestions that Winter is the best bat left, Tom only replies, "Arthur is the steadiest, and Johnson will make the runs if the wicket is only kept up.
Arthur, after two narrow escapes, scores one, and Johnson gets the ball.
Johnson," I corrected, and reached out my hand for his.
I asked Johnson, whom I took, and rightly, to be one of the sailors.
On the cover was inserted a copy of "Lines addressed to a young lady on quitting Miss Pinkerton's school, at the Mall; by the late revered Doctor Samuel Johnson.
She had seen Chester Johnson kill a scab, and now they were going to hang Chester Johnson, who had married Kittie Brady out of the cannery, and she and Kittie Brady had worked together years before in the paper box factory.
Would he kill other men who had families, like Bert, and Frank Davis, and Chester Johnson had killed?
The excellent young men on the staff, though willing to help me, belonged to a sphere of the white colony for which that sort of Johnson does not exist.
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