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I uploaded one of my novels, a romantic comedy called Easily Amused, and a collection of my humorous essays, Lies I Told My Children.
"Easily," she said, jumping lightly to her feet and stretching out a slim hand to him.
"Easily," Vatutin said with more confidence than he should have.
-- "Easily," burst in Cho [u] bei, once more himself.
The Yotsuya Kwaidan or O'Iwa Inari Tales of the Tokugawa, Volume 1 (of 2)
"Easily," replied Ikkor, "if your wise men can make me a thread of sand."
"Easily," said Linda, with a confident ring in her voice.
Nan Sherwood at Palm Beach Or Strange Adventures Among The Orange Groves
"Easily," replied one of the two observers, who had not spoken up to now.
Army Boys in the French Trenches Or, Hand to Hand Fighting with the Enemy
"Easily," answered Neil, smiling sweetly; "there are only a hundred or so of you."
"Easily," said Freddie, and he lifted the old man in his arms, and rising to his feet at the same time, tossed the old man off with an easy gesture.
The Old Tobacco Shop A True Account of What Befell a Little Boy in Search of Adventure
"Easily," smiled Quinton Edge, and drew aside the lock of hair that concealed the V-shaped nick in Constans's left ear.
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