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“This didnt happenlargely, she suspected, because Jace had seen much stranger things in his life, and also because nobody used the word Egad! anymore.”
“Egad, that is about the best thing I've heard for the last ten years.”
“Egad," he stifled, between his teeth, "I must know the worst of this.”
“Egad," says I, "but I've a great mind to call 'out' the bully myself.”
“Egad," cried Drake, with strange cheerfulness, in spite of his disappointment.”
“Egad," said Colonel Clark, "most of us get by hard knocks what you seem to have been born with.”
“Egad," said Nick, "there is my divinity, and I need not look a step farther.”
“Egad," cried Mr. Carvel, slapping his knee, "the lad bath beaten you on your own ground, Grafton.”
“Egad," he cried, "do you mean to say, Madame, that you will go to the Baron on my behalf?”
“Egad," says Radisson when my lady had informed us that Sir John would await Sieur Radisson's coming at the Fur Company's offices, "egad, there'll be no getting Ramsay away till he sees some one else!”
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