alec


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alec

(ˈælɪk)
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Big Alec had never been captured by the fish patrol.
He was called "Big Alec" because of his gigantic stature.
Charley Le Grant and I at the time were under a patrol-man named Carmintel, and the three of us were on the Reindeer, preparing for a trip, when Big Alec stepped aboard.
"That's all right, Alec," Carmintel said in a low voice.
"Why, my son Alec had not yet gone to bed, and he would certainly have heard any one moving about."
Alec. "But as to your ideas that the man had robbed the house before William tackled him, I think it a most absurd notion.
He was obviously embarrassed for an instant, while the Inspector raised his eyebrows, and Alec Cunningham burst into a laugh.
"Wait here an instant," said young Alec Cunningham.
But, as Uncle Alec's experiment was intended to amuse the young folks, rather than suggest educational improvements for the consideration of the elders, she trusts that these shortcomings will be overlooked by the friends of the Eight Cousins, and she will try to make amends in a second volume, which shall attempt to show The Rose in Bloom.
She begged him to slow the animal to a walk which Alec accordingly did.
"Ah, I half feared as much." Nevertheless, Alec did not object to that confession.
"Oh no; it's not necessary," replied Alec, patting the panting creature.