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curl his lip at his medal and call it a bit of tin .., and secretly polish it for hours.
He says he volunteered out of spite, because of the shortage of bananas.

ever heard of Nippy Oliver, either. Neither of those two fighters will ever get more than a five-pound note for an evening's mauling. Yet Bullock thinks he could beat Farr. Maybe he could. If he couldn't, Bullock would never know it. He has no idea of the meaning of defeat. If he lost his hands he would fight on with the stumps or his wrists, and feel that the advantage was somehow with him. He augmented what he earned in 'a. boot factory by fighting in booths : shattering battles, murderous combats in which the ring ran red; for a few shillings a time. It began when the kid wanted a fairy-cycle for her birthday. He has never been knocked out. Something in Bullock holds on to consciousness and makes him always fight. He is big enough and heavy enough to fight anything on legs; gloomy, good-natured, taking all things seriously.
One of his front teeth is missing. This imparts something oddly wicked to his smile ... to say nothing of the formidable look of his swollen lip, bridgeless nose, and left ear which resembles half a walnut.
Barker says : "Scrapper?"
" Yum."
" Fourteen stone?"
" Thirteen-ten."
" Ever meet Pinky Stallybrass ?"
" Nump."
" 'E couldn't 'arf go."
" Yum ?"
" A sof'-paw boxer. But stone me, wot a left!"
" Um ... "
" 'Oo you met?"
" Nippy Oliver."

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