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Johanna Hickman--she had asked Monk and Ham to call her Hicky, and they had agreed with alacrity--was astounded at the change in Doc Savage.
Very good stuff, Hicky realized, to cover any sounds these prisoners should make if they tried to yell for help.
Doc Savage, with Long Tom and Hicky, entered the apartment of Mira Lanson.
The homely chemist dropped back and rode alongside pretty Hicky, thereby irritating Long Tom.
Tom started to frown, and Hicky began filling her lungs with air, her intention to scream.
She did grow pale and look so utterly concerned and worried that there was no doubt in the mind of any observer that Hicky was in love with Ben Duck.
One part to Hicky, here, one to Ben Duck, one to Mira Lanson, and the fourth to a charity which we will all agree upon.
There were half a dozen big bearded dudes with ragged grins, a bunch of naked noisy kids, and one woman -- a skinny redhead on the sinewy side of thirty sporting a faded blue dress of hillbilly homespun with matching hicky twang.
He hickied the silhouette of crescent moons on the backsides of shimmy-shammy princesses all over Manhattan.
Hicky said, "to cover up evidence that Hubert Brackenridge was murdered.
Something of a sidesplitting nature must have occurred to westminstrel Jaunathaun for a grand big blossy hearty stenorious laugh (even Drudge that lay doggo thought feathers fell) hopped out of his wooly's throat like a ball lifted over the head of a deep field, at the bare thought of how jolly they'd like to be trolling his whoop and all of them truetotypes in missammen massness were just starting to spladher splodher with the jolly magorios, hicky hecky hock, huges huges huges, hughy hughy hughy, O Jaun, so jokable and so geepy, O, (Thou pure!