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Now, Nathans fears were as great as Isaacs; but he made one more effort at asserting himself, and began by telling a lie.
No indeed,—there are a thousand Nathans all equally accomplished.Great Pianists on Piano Playing|James Francis Cooke
Suddenly one of the ostriches made a vicious peck at Mr. Nathans.
Now was come the moment when Nathans services were required.
Mr. Nathans ever afterwards admired ostriches from a distance.
masc. proper name, biblical prophet, from Hebrew Nathan, literally "he has given," from verb nathan, related to mattan "gift."