The Thieves of Manhattanby Adam Langer Langer turns his dark humor on the warped world of modern publishing.
Five weeks in July I had nae wark; but I've been Langer than that—in winter, too.
He that fa's in a gutter, the Langer he lies the dirtier he is.
She hasna been in't for a gey while, and winna be in't for a guid while Langer; and sae ye may tell them that sent ye.
It is your advanced thinkers, men like Langer and his colleagues.
From the title only Mr. Langer judged that it might be an acceptable present to his friend—and he judged rightly.
And as for his sermons, theyre jist like a dogs tail, the Langer the smaer.
Mr. Langer nodded more decisively than before and plucked a second blade of grass.
Langer, his influence on Goethe's religious opinions, 58, 59.
He didn't say it moind in wurruds, but I see it was the killin' av 'em, an' he jist coulden' shtand it no Langer.