My uncle Blackie did it forever.
It was Blackie Rowland's old workings, back during the war, Roger answered.
"Blackie, the mayor?" asked Charlie.
My pa used to play cards with Blackie Rowland.
Ralph warned me, but when I insisted, he figured if we stuck together Blackie wouldn't get away with doing anything—wouldn't have a chance before we left the next day.
Blackie had this old Ford, too, and he was teaching me to drive it.
Aunt Helen came back to Ouray that weekend and of course Uncle Blackie was missing.
They all thought it was because we missed Uncle Blackie so much.
She and Uncle Blackie were always fighting.
Suppose it was Brandon, acting alone, who killed the Blackie Rowland?
JOHN STUART BLACKIE (1809-1895), Scottish scholar and man of letters, was born in Glasgow on the 28th of July 1809.
After attending classes at Edinburgh University (1825-1826), Blackie spent three years at Aberdeen as a student of theology.
Blackie was a Radical and Scottish nationalist in politics, but of a fearlessly independent type; he was one of the "characters" of the Edinburgh of the day, and was a well-known figure as he went about in his plaid, worn shepherd-wise, wearing a broadbrimmed hat, and carrying a big stick.
Stoddart, John Stuart Blackie (1895); A.
Blackie, with an appreciation (1896); Howard Angus Kennedy, Professor Blackie (1895).