She is my sea-ghost, and as much a character to me as Riggs or Thirkle or Dago Red.
I've smoked baksheesh in pagodas, stood a Dago Scotch-and-sodas, Scaled the mighty Mississippi's snow-clad peaks, Galloped madly on a llama through lagoons at Yokohama And found rubies at Magillicuddy's Reeks.
Mollie Gretna was staring eagerly out on the opposite side of the car at a group of three dago sailors, whom Mareno had nearly run down, but she turned at that moment and caught Rita's glance.
Mechanik und Aesthetik des Violoncellspiels von Hugo Becker und Dago Rynar.
By Salthouse Dock as I did pass one day not long ago, I chanced to meet a sailorman that once I used to know; His eye it had a roving gleam, his step was light and gay, He looked like one just in from sea to blow a nine months' pay; And as he passed athwart my hawse he hailed me long and loud: "Oh, find me now a full saloon where I may stand the crowd; I'm out to rouse the town this night as any man may be That's just come off a salvage job, my lad, the same as me.... "Bringin' home the Rio Grande, her as used to be Crack o' Moore, Mackellar's Line, back in ninety-three; First of all the 'Frisco fleet, home in ninety-eight, Ninety days to Carrick Roads from the Golden Gate; Thirty shellbacks used to have all their work to do Hauling them big yards of hers, heaving of her to Down off Dago Ramirez, where the big winds blow, Bringin' home the Rio Grande twenty years ago.
"It would take more than France, Spain, Italy and all the rest of the dago nations to do the job!"
The tall man turned to the sheriff, smiling: "Dago Lansing, eh?"
Maybe you heard--he and Dago Frank were in the act of breaking into the Western-Danish Bank.