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“Quib," said he, "this fellow must never come back!”
“You are a clever fellow, Quib," he acknowledged good-naturedly,”
“Shake hands with Mr. Dillingham, Quib," said Gottlieb as I one day unexpectedly entered the latter's office.”
“I must stay here to fight the case, but you, Quib, must take this fellow where they'll never find him -- Africa, Alaska, Europe -- anywhere!”
“All the boys went over while Quib was wriggling under, through a hole he knew, and there, almost right before them was the stone-heap.”
“Quib must have understood what Mart Penniman said, for he did not halt for one second till he reached the bars that led into that very field.”
“He would have been glad of a small glimpse of Quib, but all he had found as yet was Mr. Hamburger, who was standing under an old butternut-tree and looking down at a round, hollow place in the ground.”
“Quib was dancing around in a quiver of noisy excitement, for he had caught a sniff of something under the first bush he sprang into.”
“It was a sad thing for Julius that his mother had set him at the potato-patch, and that Quib had broken his contract with the bone.”
“It was a place where a woodchuck or a small dog could get around a good deal faster than any boy, but they all followed Quib in a way that would have scared their mothers if they had been there.”
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