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  • noun Plural form of Polander.


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  • Dutchmen, Polanders and Bohemians drink it down, our countrymen go to plays: do something or other, let it not transpose thee, or by

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The Polanders indented with Henry Duke of Anjou, their new chosen king, to bring with him an hundred families of artificers into Poland.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Wallachia, Moldavia, and some among the Polanders, who are of the

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Subjugation begets degradation, and degradation begets treachery and racial infidelity, as is verified in the treachery of the Irish and Polanders, which abound with traitors toward each other, and will as long as they are the victims of subjugation by other nationalities.

    Africa and African Methodism.

  • Irish-Americans shot mud balls at black-eyed Italians; Polanders and Slavs together tried the depths of the same puddles; while the little boys of the Russian Fatherland played in a group by themselves at one end of the square.

    Elizabeth Hobart at Exeter Hall

  • Irish, most of whom had been born in this country, and a sprinkling of fair-haired, ruddy Swedes and keen Polanders, who bore themselves better than the Americans, being not so apparently at odds with the situation.

    The Portion of Labor

  • What with being wracked on a rock in the sea, fighting smugglers, nagurs, and Polanders -- to say nothing of dogs and other wild animals -- beat and battered, torn and scalded, tripped up and lost in the wilderness, and all in the middle of a cruel blackness, is an experience that any man might be grateful to be done with.

    The Copper Princess A Story of Lake Superior Mines

  • Russians and Polanders had in a large degree lost their characters through belief in miracles.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12 Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Scientists

  • Of all these brave men, mostly Dutchmen, Germans, and Polanders, who had been sacrificed there was quite a number of wounded who might have been saved, but who had perished for want of all means of transportation.

    Napoleon's Campaign in Russia Anno 1812

  • A division was then sent in, who commenced the indiscriminate massacre of all who were, or who looked like Polanders.

    The Empire of Russia


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