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“Her habit fitted her out and out, and she had the sort of figure that, when a girl can ride well, and you see her swaying, graceful and easy-like, to every motion of a spirited horse, makes you think her handsomer than any woman can look on the ground.”
“Aboard, he continued talking and petting her, and he nudged her easy-like, and she took two steps.”
“And if she saw through the lie so easy-like, why was Old Peg fool enough to think everybody else believed it?”
“As he was hitching up his gunbelt to a more comfortable position on his narrow hips, he saw the four riders coming down the street slow and easy-like.”
“Wal, after we come to the foot of the slide, we breathes easy-like, an 'Jud he says it's all right, for that there was the wust place.”
“Susan Jane kept her visitin 'over at the Light till I took her, calm an' easy-like, t 'the parson, an' most folks never guessed the real truth.”
“Perhaps, then, once in a while you wouldn't mind tying a rope under my arms and letting me drop, easy-like, off the stern here, to learn the strokes.”
“All I know is the boss says to bop you easy-like and bring you in alive if you don't act up.”
“Ah'll take 'em along easy-like, leastways if you're not in a hurry.”
“Pears to me if I ever went a-courtin' though, it would be just like goin 'a-huntin': no fun in it if the end was certain and easy-like. Barrin 'the case of Silvertip and Senott, his squaw, it's like this: you say”
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