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Mynheer

Mynheer \Myn*heer"\, n. [D. mijnheer.] The Dutch equivalent of Mr. or Sir; hence, a Dutchman.

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mynheer

n. sir.

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Mynheer, Michael Paw, who lorded it over the fair regions of ancient Pavonia, and the lands away south even unto the Navesink Mountains, and was, moreover, patroon of Gibbet Island.

The Stadtholder gave curt acknowledgement to the greetings of Mynheer Beresteyn, of his family, and of his friends, and then strode deliberately into the banqueting-hall.

Moreover, to provide supper for his Magnificence and mynheer in the banqueting-hall, and for the rest of the company in some other suitable room, without delay.

Mynheer Von Bost is a Protestant and a rich man -- that is quite enough for the Blood Council.

They stopped at the door and asked for the house of Mynheer Von Bost, and then rode off, and half an hour afterwards one of the servants ran down into the village with the news that her master and mistress had been arrested, and that they were to be taken to Antwerp to be executed.

We are ready to risk our lives to save Mynheer Von Bost, but we are not willing to throw them away needlessly.

Mynheer Krause was, at that time, full of Cato-like devotion and Roman virtue, and he took the contents of the letter in true Catonic style.

 It almost seemed as if the tragedy which had encompassed the entire Barneveld family was even now hovering over the peaceful house of Mynheer Beresteyn, deputy burgomaster and chief civic magistrate of the town of Haarlem.

Already the Stadtholder had gone with his numerous retinue, with his bodyguard and his pike-men and with his equerries, and those of the wedding-party who had come in his train from Utrecht, friends of Mynheer Beresteyn, who had ridden over for the most part with wife or daughter pillioned behind them, and all glad to avail themselves of the protection of his Highness's escort against highway marauders, none too scarce in these parts.

  Nor I imagine did those noble lords and mynheers up there sleep much during this night.

  He also sees the pile of heaped-up arms, the broken metal, the rags and the mud, and through the interstices of the wooden steeps the booted feet of the mynheers running helter-skelter down.

I cannot throw overboard an animal that I hold in much affection, Mynheer Von Stroom.

I wish you well, Mynheer M'Clise, but I must request your absence.