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Usage examples for DAAS

  1. The upshot of that day was, that old Jehan Daas with much laborious effort, drew the sufferer homeward to his own little hut, which was a stone's throw off amidst the fields, and there tended him with so much care that the sickness, which had been a brain seizure, brought on by heat and thirst and exhaustion, with time and shade and rest passed away, and health and strength returned, and Patrasche staggered up again upon his four stout, tawny legs. – A Dog of Flanders by Louisa de la Rame)
  2. Jehan Daas resisted long, for the old man was one of those who thought it a foul shame to bind dogs to labor for which Nature never formed them. – A Dog of Flanders by Louisa de la Rame)
  3. A few years later, old Jehan Daas who had always been a cripple, became so paralyzed with rheumatism that it was impossible for him to go out with the cart any more. – Stories of Childhood by Various
  4. Jehan Daas was old and crippled and Nello was but a child- and Patrasche was their dog. – Journeys Through Bookland Volume Four by Charles H. Sylvester
  5. Nello and Patrasche were left utterly alone, for one night in the week before the Christmas Day, Death entered there, and took away from life forever old Jehan Daas who had never known life aught save its poverty and its pains. – A Dog of Flanders by Louisa de la Rame)
  6. It was the hut of an old man- a poor man- of old Jehan Daas who in his time had been a soldier and who remembered the wars that had trampled the country as oxen tread down the furrows, and who had brought from his service nothing except a wound which had made him a cripple. – Journeys Through Bookland Volume Four by Charles H. Sylvester
  7. It was the hut of a very old man, of a very poor man- of old Jehan Daas who in his time had been a soldier, and who remembered the wars that had trampled the country as oxen tread down the furrows, and who had brought from his service nothing except a wound, which had made him a cripple. – A Dog of Flanders by Louisa de la Rame)