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“It's Sorensen an 'Peabody," some one cried, "a-throwin 'the whip into the dawgs an' headin 'down river!”
“Best make it fast -- the cap'n is already thinkin 'about pointin' up an 'headin' out.”
“Roberts, there, dead, too, an 'headin' for the sharks -- an 'what for?”
“Here I secured a position luckily, and I had an experience at "layin 'headin'" which I shall never forget, and which forms as integral a part of my mental and moral training as any other thing I ever did or any book I ever studied.”
“Then, after a moment, he added: "Hasn't it seemed to you that John Kendrick was kind of -- well, kind of headin 'up towards -- towards --”
“Where y 'headin' f'r now?" persisted Bradley, as Kate heard the shuffle of a horse's feet.”
“pitchin 'headin'," could shoot the short boards up through the air to the one on the stack who was "layin 'headin'.”
“a polygon of the pieces of "headin"'on the ground and then continuing round and round as the stack grew higher, up to fifty or more feet, or as high as the one on the ground who was”
“Ain't that a canoe or somethin 'headin' this way? ”
“At fust I thort o 'headin' her back to the shanty; an 'I drew her round with that intent; but turn her which way I would, I found she could no longer touch bottom.”
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