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“I suppose it's nothin 'catchin', or they'd 'ave told me first; but still, I do think I should be more use than you, Sarah; you don't know anythin' about sickness.”
“Whoever's runnin 'the show over there, he'll spend his men's blood like water for the chance o' catchin 'us and puttin' us to death as slowly as he can make the time spin out.”
“And this bein 'shunned like I had somethin' catchin 'was new to me.”
“There was sum variation to my business, such as catchin 'young rabbits, and findin' partridge nests, and pickin 'dewberries; but the romance wore off the first day, and by the end of the next my wife says I was as humble a man as any woman could desire.”
“Nothin 'catchin', dear Miss Patricia Hamilton," he began.”
“Dr. Carter was obliged to unwedge himself an 'catchin' the duck was a most awful business an 'Dr. Carter had to get off just about as soon as it was done.”
“No; they's Harlem people, I guess -- jes 'catchin' the Elevated -- that's all, sir," he answered obligingly.”
“We won't be long o 'catchin' him up," said Crux, "for the Flint has become desperate of late, an 'we're pretty sure of a man when he gets into that fix.”
“There ain't nothin 'catchin' in the house, is there?”
“I know I got it made while the masses of black people are catchin 'hell, but as long as they ain't free, I ain't free.”
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