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  • Major Butt had a gun in his hand and covered the men who tried to get to the boats. Cited from Sinking of the Titanic, etc, Ed. by Logan Marshall
  • The old familiar butt had joined forces with the new ones. Cited from The Debtor, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • Jack Butt had taken his departure, for he was not to make the trip. Cited from Dick Hamiliton's Airship, by Howard R. Garis
  • A butt had started, sure enough, just under the chains, but so low down as to be quite out of our reach. Cited from Ned Myers, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • "And that reminds me, the man who drew the top butt had better start now, or he'll be late." Cited from The Right Stuff, by Ian Hay
  • A descending rifle butt had struck him a glancing blow on the head. Cited from The Boy Allies On the Firing Line, by Clair Wallace Hayes
  • With no love for the Marines and no reason to care who their Commandant was, Butt had no reason to lie.
  • At that island they found that General Butt had been cast away with three ships, two being totally lost, the men and goods of the third being saved. Cited from General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume IX, Kerr
  • I feared, too, that as one butt had given way, the others might before long follow its example, and that I should then have no water on which to support my life. Cited from Dick Cheveley, by W. H. G. Kingston
  • After his first 6 month Butt had become team captain and 2011 MVP of the year.
  • On Saturday the 19th, Mr. Butt had endeavoured to purchase one hundred and fifty thousand, and actually purchased fifty thousand. Cited from The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, by William Brodie Gurney
  • Butt had the Irish gentry on his side. Cited from Ireland Since Parnell, by Daniel Desmond Sheehan
  • Close to her garboard strake on the starboard side he saw where a large butt had started, owing probably to the bad loading of the ship. Cited from Mr. Trunnell, Mate of the Ship "Pirate", by T. Jenkins Hains
  • To allow a natural aiming stance, the butt had to drop while the receiver had remain in alignment.
  • If the magnificent lecture of Mr. Butt had done nothing more than elicit this letter from Dr. Drew, it would have been much. Cited from The Land-War In Ireland (1870), by James Godkin
  • In October he withdrew his retirement as Ijaz Butt had been replaced as chairman of the PCB.
  • It appeared to me that a butt had been started there: such a leak would certainly hasten the fate of the vessel by some hours, should it come fairly into the account. Cited from Miles Wallingford: Sequel to Afloat and Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Major Butt had a reputation as a horseman, and it is said he was able to keep up with President Roosevelt, be the ride ever so far or fast. Cited from Sinking of the Titanic, etc, Ed. by Logan Marshall
  • Bart was there panting and flushed with nothing worse than a scalp wound where a rifle butt had glanced from his head. Cited from Army Boys in the French Trenches, by Homer Randall
  • The field at Powell Butt had a cropping history that included potatoes, wheat, and other crops.
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