- Irish the target at which coins are aimed in pitch-and-toss
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It looked as if Motty, after seeing mother off at the station, had decided to call it a day.
There were no signs of Motty, and I took it that he had gone to bed.
Motty, the son, was about twenty-three, tall and thin and meek-looking.
There was no doubt in the world that prison was just what the doctor ordered for Motty.
Motty, who was sucking the knob of his stick, uncorked himself.