hims has treated more than 4,000 pilots, with only 10 percent to 12 percent of participants suffering relapse.
The slave-hunters cotch her some time ago, and carry her off when hims away hunting.
Oh, dat am noting,” said Bunco, drawing himself up proudly; “me hab kill lots of dem before; but dis one hims die hard.
We'uns was dere and he was standin' on de gallery, holdin' a paper in hims han' and readin'.
“My fadder would knock zoo down if zoo say dat to hims face,” replied the child confidently.
hims say, massa, dat hims find one leetle chile—one boy—when hims go away from de camp to come back to here.
“hims got leettle out ob sorts,” said the sympathetic Ebony, suggesting a milder state of things.
Then me climb up side of rocks so hims no touch me, but must pass below me quite near.
You do shoode, und if you shoode him, it is petter than for hims to be eaten oop alife, und you may shoode den leopard.
"hims bin here all night," replied the girl, with a broad grin (and the breadth of Poopy's broad grin was almost appalling).
Old English him, originally dative masculine and neuter of he; beginning 10c. it replaced hine as masculine accusative, a regional process completed by 15c. The dative roots of the -m ending are retained in German (ihm) and Dutch (hem). Hine persists, barely, as the southern England dialectal 'un, 'n for "him."