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It would have been difficult for him to reach the camp by himself, and, after what he had done, he did not very much desire to go, there as he would probably have been shot as a deserter; for Captain Raminez was a savage fellow, and more than willing to punish transgressions against his orders.
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She let me know right away that she wanted a letter, which means, of course, that Raminez is not with her.
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He had some letters in his pocket,-old, dirty letters which had been there for a long time,-and one of them was from Raminez, which had been written when they were both in California, and which Banker had kept because it contained an unguarded reference to Raminez's family in Spain, and Banker had thought that the information might some day be useful to him.
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He was a good penman, this Rackbird,-he was clever in many ways,-and he could imitate handwriting very well, and he set himself to work to address an envelope in the handwriting of Raminez.
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In answer to a question from Edna, he said that the captain of the band was named Raminez, and that he had known him by that name when he first saw him in Panama, though in the Rackbirds' camp he was called nothing but "the captain.
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The more he thought about Raminez, the less he desired to run the risk of meeting him, even in Paris.
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Of course, that rascal Raminez would not come to Paris without disguising himself, and no disguise could be so effectual as the garb of a gentleman.
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But if Raminez were there, he should not escape him by any such tricks.
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CHAPTER LI BANKER DOES SOME IMPORTANT BUSINESS When Banker went back to the prison cell, he was still firmly convinced that he had been overreached by his former captain, Raminez; and, although he knew it not, there were good reasons for his convictions.
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Whenever Raminez was anxious, or beginning to be angered, his brow would slightly knit, and the ends of his eyebrows would approach each other, curling upward and outward as they did so.
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A sister of this wife had afterwards married a Spanish gentleman named Blanquote, whose second son, having fallen into disgrace in Spain, had gone to America, where he changed his name to Raminez, and performed a number of discreditable deeds, among which was the deception of several of his discreditable comrades in regard to his family.
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They could not help knowing that he came from Spain, and he made them all believe that his real name was Raminez.
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But I have pumped you well on that point, and, drunk or sober, it was always Raminez.
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It was known that this man had led a wild and disgraceful career, and it was also ascertained that he had gone to America, and had been known on the Isthmus of Panama and elsewhere by the name of Raminez.
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It is sufficient to state that he was ultimately able to prove that the Rackbird chief known as Raminez was, in reality, Tomaso Blanquote, that he had perished on the coast of Peru, and that he, the professor, was legal heir to the Blanquote estates.
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In his prison cell Banker sat, lay down, or walked about, cursing his fate and wondering what was meant by the last dodge of that rascal Raminez.
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Examples of Raminez

Example #1
This deserter, Banker by name, was an American, who had been a gold-digger, a gambler, a rough, and a dead shot in California, and he was very well able to take care of himself in any part of the world.
Example #2
He had devised a little scheme of his own, which had detained him longer than he had expected, and he was not ready to go back with them.
Example #3
And how neatly she played into my hand!
Example #4
But they say he used to be a great swell in Spain before he got into trouble, and I expect he's put on his old airs again, and an American lady will marry anybody that's a foreign swell.
Example #5
He was a good penman, this Rackbird,-he was clever in many ways,-and he could imitate handwriting very well, and he set himself to work to address an envelope in the handwriting of Raminez.
Example #6
Banker had no lodgings in particular, but he went to a brasserie and procured writing materials.