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  • Darn, that is cheap for the biggest oil spill disaster in the World's history.

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  • "Darn," said Kacey Bascom, who was sitting in one of the two occupied chairs in the entertainment room of the seaside villa.

    Tek Kill

  • "Darn," said Mary Anne, running down the hall and leaning dramatically against the locker next to mine.

    Kristy And The Secret Of Susan

  • Thereafter "Darn" was the only name that he was known by outside of the classroom and his own home.

    The Circus Comes to Town

  • "Darn" Darner, the ten-year old son of Timothy Darner, the county overseer of the poor, and a more or less important personage, especially in his own eyes.

    The Circus Comes to Town

  • You had to be very particular how you spoke to "Darn" unless you wanted to get into a fight, and unless you were as old and as big as he was you had no desire to fight with him.

    The Circus Comes to Town

  • For the love of a really bad boy Sissy felt she could have sacrificed much -- for a fellow quite out of the pale, a bold, wicked pirate of a boy who would say "Darn," and even smoke a cigarette;

    The Madigans

  • 'Darn' and 'gosh' and everything like that, and you ought to have heard her once when she missed an easy putt.

    The Wrong Twin

  • "Darn" I thought, as I hunkered back to my desk with a Diet Coke and frozen meal in hand.

    Growers and Grocers

  • You could call him "Darn" or shout "Oh, Darn!" and nothing would happen, but if, in your excitement, you grew too emphatic and said "_Darn!

    The Circus Comes to Town

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