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“The bin bag is jus thrown for hangin long tayl down for u to admir, aifinkso.”
“Yeah, dum doggies do werk fur hoomans, but smrtz kitteh makes hoomans do werk, dis kitteh iz smartz cuz he makes kitteh and hooman do werk … ai admir hims.”
“Perhaps he shouldn't have spent so much time admir-ing the inlaid pedestal.”
“As she rose to go, she saw Le6n Ledesma looking at her admir - ingly, for he approved of the steps she was takin& and impulsively she picked up his hands and kissed them: Te6n, you're the one honest human being in bullfighting .. you and the bull.”
“This ploy was only partly successful, because he found him - self staring into the stands - right into the eyes of many admir - ing and beautiful women, who were obviously trying to capture his attention.”
“The device was so beautiful, Tas could have lingered, admir - ing it, for long moments.”
“ "And fly no pennant," said Hunnar, adding admir-ingly: "They said they would let us past _this_ gate, and that we would talk.”
“How seriously admir - ation for animals was preached is questionable.”
“All of the writers comment admir - ingly on the architectural monuments, great cities, and excellent social organization of the Chinese.”
“Physician at all, but had merely intended to convey my hearty admir --”
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