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panky

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The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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  • Hanky,” said panky, “you must get this fellow to give you lessons.

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  • Talking of the Sunchild,” said panky; “did you ever see him?

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  • Fellow,” said panky, “fetch some more wood; the fire is nearly dead.

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  • My way of wearing them,” said panky, “is much the most convenient.

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  • They then dressed for dinner, where Hanky and panky were the only guests.

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  • “Hanky and panky come to see me, no doubt,” said Mr. Turvey.

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  • But you knew who I was when you called me panky in the temple?

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  • Unless Hanky and panky have got them away, or some one has found them.

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  • Hanky,” said panky, “you must withdraw, and apologise at once.

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  • As for panky he was morally in a state of collapse, and did not count.

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