Swanson

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Noun1.Swanson - United States actress in many silent films (1899-1983)Swanson - United States actress in many silent films (1899-1983)
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I would take liberty from any hand as a hungry man would snatch a piece of bread.
Then Little John said, "Ho, Master Steward, a hungry man am I, for nought have I had for all this blessed morn.
The hungry man gnawed one of his fingers as he looked at the other three, and his finger quivered with the craving that was on him.
I never- theless made the change gladly; for I was sure of getting enough to eat, which is not the smallest consideration to a hungry man.
And he kicked open the buttery door without ceremony and brought to light a venison pasty and cold roast pheasant--goodly sights to a hungry man.
There was something in front of the fire, too, that would have been inviting to a hungry man, if it had been in a different stage of cooking.
Captain Horton bowed with the slight disappointment of a hungry man on his way to the supper-room.
When the mutton and an omelet had been served and a samovar and vodka brought, with some wine which the French had taken from a Russian cellar and brought with them, Ramballe invited Pierre to share his dinner, and himself began to eat greedily and quickly like a healthy and hungry man, munching his food rapidly with his strong teeth, continually smacking his lips, and repeating- "Excellent
But even as he asked himself the question the hungry man launched himself from his perch full upon the back of the startled buck.
A hungry man may say to himself: "Oh, I do want my lunch.
Baked, they were tough; and even boiled, they warn't things for a hungry man to hanker after.
As might have been anticipated from the state of my companion's edible supplies, I found my own in a deplorable condition, and diminished to a quantity that would not have formed half a dozen mouthfuls for a hungry man who was partial enough to tobacco not to mind swallowing it.