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“Open to: All, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 230 a-one”
“A-one, a-two, a-one, two, three, and . . ." cries the beaver, as the groups take turns launching into song: "We are lions and we like to prowl.”
“I've received them all, and I can give every assurance there isn't a-one of them I won't be using.”
“Olusegun Obasanjo arrived in Harare Thursday for a-one day summit with Mugabe on Zimbabwe's crippling economic crisis and the bogged - down peace efforts for the Democratic Republic of Congo, where”
“And a-one, and a-two, and a-three, a voice boomed from a side room.”
“Tom, he jumped a-one side, and picked up a ram-pike; and the first crack he gave the big fellow, he made him kiss the clod.”
“` ` No, no, Seor; no, no; I want tell-a you --- is a-one man -- whath lo-va you 'thaughter; an' I knowce him! '”
“I went down de hill side to make a-one prayer, Oh, yes,”
“They was so real-like that I couldn't help sayin '` Nancy!' an 'I do assure you that she stopped sewin' an 'turned her head a-one side for a moment as if she was listenin'.”
“Before we began the feast Samson, who seemed to be repentin 'of his bet, took us a-one side an' says, ` Now mind, 'says he, ` I can't say exactly”
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