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It do'n make so much diffunce anyhow what you does jes so's you does it.
Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves, North Carolina Narratives, Part 1
"Air ve do'n harted?" he hailed, and he laughed gaily at the loads with which we were struggling.
Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons Wesel, Sennelager, Klingelputz, Ruhleben
"You do not say words to him, sir," whispered Salam; "he do'n know what he do -- he very holy man."
I luv de Saviour dat you have jes 'foun', an 'I wan' to tell you dat I do'n complain 'cause you made de noise jes 'now as you did.'
"_Gloir do'n Athair, agas do'n Mhac, agas do'n Spiorad Naomh_," went the drone of the rosary within.
_'S tric me sealtuinn do'n chnoc is airde D'fheac a faic mi fear a bhata
Melier do'n 'like work, I know, but that's nach'ral to' er.
"Oh, honey, I's labo'in 'even ef you do'n know it, but you'll see it on de day."
"An 'ef I war you-uns, Andy Byers, I'd find su'thin' better ter do'n ter bait an 'badger a critter the size o' Rufe!" exclaimed Birt angrily.
'Well, _I_ do'n' know, 'says he;' it was jus 'their nassty good-for-nothink,' says he; 'but they was great sillies,' says he.
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