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Do you know vot vas der reason vy ve calls our boy Hans Well, what was the reason, Captain inquired the lady seriously. Der reason vy ve calls our boy Hans is, dot is his name. Well, that is precisely why we call that house a bungalow, added Sir Modava. It is the house usually occupied by Europeans here. They are one story high, with a broad veranda, like the one we have just visited. Almost always they have a pyramidal roof, generally thatched, but rarely slated or tiled. When the body is of brick or stone, they call them pucka houses. Doubtless you wished to know the origin of the word, Mrs. Belgrave. That was just what I wished to know. They were probably first called Bengalese houses, and the present name was corrupted out of the adjective. The party collected together on the seashore, for the viscount appeared to have something to say. 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His horned foe showed that he had not wholly escaped, for his head was covered with blood. But the tiger was not yet defeated. He sprang to his feet, and darted furiously at his enemy. He fastened with claws and teeth upon the neck of the bull, and the king believed that his wager was lost. But the Spaniard shook him off, and turned upon him again, tossing him higher in the air than before. He came down badly disabled and the bull, as though it was the finest sport in the world for him, gored him with his long face mask to protect against chemical smells horns till the life was gone out of him. The Spaniard was the victor. The people shouted themselves hoarse but their cries were in honor of the Guicowar, and not the bull. The victor had lost a great d.mething about it. In Benares, having ascertained the cause of human misery, and learned the remedy for it, the Buddha began to preach his peculiar salvation. In the phrase of his religion he turned the wheel of the law. 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