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“Higher up in the mountains where the trees thinned and the Dwarves thickened, old Masdy was being shown the door by Garley himself, “I ain't a-tellin' ya where to go, Masdy,” said Garley for the twelve-thousandth and first time, “But ya can't stay here.””
“The Spanish moon is rising on the hill But my heart is a-tellin 'me I love ya still.”
“So you are the pesky rascal the lads was a-tellin 'me about," said”
“I'm a-tellin 'you, Lady, dat was good eatin', and atter you had done been wukin 'in de hogkillin' dem cold days you was ready for victuals dat would stay by you.”
“They's no use to go to Unc 'Jep with what I've been a-tellin' ye," the voice of natural authority proclaimed.”
“I seen dat, an 'I'm a-tellin' yer friend just der kind of a racket you give me, der same's you've give a hundred other fellers.”
“Cordelia, I heard you was a dead fraud, an 'now I know it, and I'm a-tellin' you so, straight -- see?”
“By ... hell, from what yore a-tellin '' o me, children, you sure have struck it rich!" he drawled at the end.”
“That wind-jammer's the _Hoonah_ I been a-tellin 'you of, Chief," he drawled, holding out the binoculars.”
“But, as I were a-tellin 'ye, sor, in comes Bridget whilst I were talkin' to the jintleman behoind the bar at the rendywoo.”
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