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“No, Miss; I never puts in sich truck; jes a pinch o 'salt an' not too much water; takes a heap o 'beatin' make 'em good.”
“Did ye hear 'bout Hopewell Drugg gittin 'drunk, an' beatin 'his wife, an' I dunno but they say by this time that it's his fault lettle”
“Tha's howcome I didn 'git no mo' beatin's than I did!”
“I come near catchin 'the brat up by the feet an' beatin 'its can off.”
“CARTER [_moving his jaw from side to side, affecting to chew to gain confidence_]: Well, Mr. Gibson, to come down to plain words -- there ain't no two best ways o 'beatin' about the bush.”
“Think uv a feller, when he feels like takin 'a scalp, comin' out before the hull army an 'beatin' a big brass shield till it rattled like a tin pan, an 'then, when he got 'em all to lookin' an 'listenin', hollerin 'at the top uv his voice,' I'm A-Killus, Defyer uv the”
“William Benson was not a sentimental or imaginative person, and he confessed he couldn't make head nor tail out o 'the affair; said it was the queerest an' beatin'est weddin 'that ever took place in Bonny”
“I could hear her busy with the dishes an 'beatin' eggs an 'stirrin', an 'I knew she was puttin' herself out to get up a great supper, and I kind o 'fidgeted about a little an' even stepped to the door, but I thought she 'd expect me to remain where I was.”
“No use o 'beatin' around the bush, Mr. Durham," said Bagley, good - naturedly; "we've come here to 'arn our livin', and to do as you say.”
“She better wear these to the topless beach THIS year … … or I'll give her a fuckin 'beatin' … … … you have such a way with the ladies … … … … ….”
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