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“The red glow of torches and bonfires caused the city to resemble a miniature sun a-setting.”
“Look at him a-setting there — a hard man, a mean man, if ever you saw one!”
“Chapter 3 -- Watchers While Calvin was a-setting out on his journey to wherever, trying not to think about Alvin with every step, there was someone else already on a journey, also wishing she could stop thinking about Alvin.”
“I'm a-thinking of the gitting back; which, wi 'the tide a-setting out from the harbour, won't be so easy, I knows!”
“There's a Burmah girl a-setting, and I know she thinks o 'me,”
“All over dem logs she saw possums, musrats and buzzards a-setting around.”
“Jezebel, she was a hussy, a-setting up at a winder when David came down along thu Jerusalem.”
“So she went on, getting better from day to day, slow, but sure, and trying to learn the names of common things - names as she seemed never to have heerd in all her life - till one evening come, when she was a-setting at her window, looking at a little girl at play upon the beach.”
“I recollect as well as if it 'us yesterday, Lahoma a-setting there with her legs untouching of the floor, learning' A 'and' B 'and asking thousands of questions and getting herself civilized.”
“If you don't see nothing in that army of settlers going into a raw land and falling to work to make it bloom like the rose, a-setting out to live in solitude for years that in due time the world may be richer by a great territory, why, you ain't got a big vision.”
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