Did you mayhaps mean following?
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“Bin followin’ this blog for a few weeks and beleive that it just confirms the depths of cynicism in the job today.”
“At iliven o'clock at th' church iv Nothre Dame in th 'prisince iv th' followin 'princes --,' 'Cut out th' princes, 'says th' la-ad.”
“On th 'followin' day Tynan took th 'step that was needed f'r to con-vince th' gover'mint that he had designs on the monarchs.”
“At last accounts th 'followin' dispatches had been received: 'To”
“Thin, accompanied be his sub-gin'rals, he moved out in th 'followin' ordher.”
“Out-iv-dure golf is played be th 'followin' rules.”
“I ties James to the trail-waggon, an 'followin' bacon, biscuits, airtights an 'sech, the same bein' my froogal fare when on the trail, I rolls in onder the lead-waggon 'an' gives myse'f up to sleep.”
“It ain't goin 'to consoome a moment, however, -- this yere titivation I plans; an' followin 'said improvements we-all better pull off this play some prompt.”
“Well, little mess-mate," replied the Admiral, rubbing his nose, which he always did when he was disconcerted, "I am kind o 'followin' in your wake.”
“We started some of the cattle from th 'round-up brandin' over to th 'railroad," the cowboy stated, "an 'followin' th 'usual preliminaries we all settled down for th' night, after you fellows rode off.”
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