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"A Strange Man" is a play by Mikhail Lermontov, written in 1831 and published first in Saint Petersburg, 1860, by Stepan Dudyshkin, then, for the first time in its entirety, in 1880, by Pyotr Yefremov.
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Pali-English Dictionary (1993)
by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede
fruit ; kimpurisa a strange man (doubtful whether man or beast) ; cp. kirjsuka.
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A Strange Man
With the beard and glasses, he fits right in.
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Quotes about A Strange Man
There was a strange man from Kildare
Who, annoyed because people would stare,
Walked up the town
With his hat upside down
And pretended that he didn't care.
(Written Sept 2012) (John Carter Brown)
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