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“The Provost vainly tried to make him desist; John Splendid said in English, "Wha will to Cupar maun to Cupar," and in a jiffy the last of the barricade was down, but the door was still on two wooden bars slipping into stout staples.”
“Wha' - what erzackly does that mean - how can you tell? ”
“Wha '--" Even through the layers of the sedative, that got to me.”
“Wha '-- wha -- what d'yer mean?" feebly stammered the old sailor.”
“Wha's like us?' myths of a warm-hearted and liberal nation had long been reinforced by head-shaking (but secretly delighted) disapproval as English football thugs laid waste another foreign city.”
“Wha-" He blinks and tries to open his eyes, although the sun has barely cleared the horizon, and the room is dim, its shutters closed tightly.”
“Wha -" His tongue thick, his head splitting, Dorrin finds his face buried in Meriwhen's neck, the fingers of his left hand locked in her mane.”
“Wha-" Alaire managed, feeling about for a weapon.”
“Diana woke up when we pulled the trunk out from under her bed, and sat up sleepily, 'Wha's the matter?”
“Wha --" The officer turned, flushing, as the group noticed the Ranger for the first time.”
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