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“Yerk," she said calmly, nodding toward the finger, "pick that up, would you?”
“Aaron Yerk, a junior from Belvidere, Ill., who came to Ashford on a pole-vaulting scholarship, was similarly astounded to find out that there was an online school roughly 100 times the size of his student body.”
“I am not feeling Keeak; it sounds very sinister and alien, sort of like Yerk.”
““I am not feeling Keeak; it sounds very sinister and alien, sort of like Yerk”.”
“Yerk, without so much as a backward glance, walked away.”
“She walked away from Clarinda for a moment, then returned with a knife and handed it to Yerk.”
“She looked down to see that Yerk, having sliced through the other ropes, was now cutting loose the restraints around her feet.”
“To _Yerk out behind_ is the next Lesson, thus learnt: Presently upon your making him stop, give him a good brisk jerk near his Flank, which will make him soon understand you.”
“Did you ever see any thing better done?" said Yerk.”
“Captain a dollar, who touched his cap, tipped the money to the men, and winking slightly to old Yerk and the rest of us, addressed himself to shove off.”
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