Therefore Trampas spoke. "Your bet, you son-of-a--."
The Virginian's pistol came out, and his hand lay on the table, holding it unaimed. And with a voice as gentle as ever, the voice that sounded almost like a caress, but drawling a very little more than usual, so that there was almost a space between each word, he issued his orders to the man Trampas: "When you call me that, SMILE." And he looked at Trampas across the table.
Yes, the voice was gentle. But in my ears it seemed as if somewhere the bell of death was ringing; and silence, ...
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The Virginian Tournament Director, Gary Falconer, regretfully announces the departure of Tara Green and Noelle Grosso.
Gary Falconer, the Virginian Tournament Director, is pleased to announce the selection of Jeri Holland and Valerie DiBenedetto as the new Virginian Tournament Managers.
Gary has been Director of the Virginian Soccer Tournament for past 12 years and under his stewardship the Virginian has not only become a highly respected, well organized tournament, but has grown to be one of the largest nationally recognized soccer tournaments in the country.
The Virginian was a Western-themed television series which aired on NBC from 1962 to 1971.
Loosely based on the Owen Wister novel, the series revolved around a ranch hand, played by James Drury, who went by the name The Virginian; his real name was never revealed in the nine years the show was on the air.
The series took place in Medicine Bow, Wyoming, and revolved around The Virginian's quest to maintain an orderly lifestyle for the ranch he worked on, which was called Shiloh Ranch.
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