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“Do move up closer; I'm a little hard o 'hearin' -- jist a mite," said”
“No, I don't recall hearin 'that Hank's stock is sufferin' any," the cowboy admitted.”
“Ye've not had th 'pleasure o' hearin 'me sing in battle," he replied.”
“It's ringing roun 'ma brain while ma man's grinnin' at me over the pipe no 'hearin' a thing.”
“Polly," he says, "what is it, my dear?" an 'hearin' her ask him such a question, turned him almost sick with joy an 'pain together.”
“I remember somethin 'of tearin' through the lonely beach an 'blasted woods, of seein' more faces in the trees, an 'hearin' quick footsteps on my track, but I remember nauthin 'more.”
“We go the patriarkle here out o 'all sight an' hearin ',”
“He does do it pretty loud when he's gettin 'up steam; you see, he don't know how loud he does it, because he's deaf o' hearin '.”
“Oh, I'm sick o 'hearin' how clever everybody else is -- I want to tell 'em how clever”
“What's more, your eyesight an 'hearin' is as good as mine.”
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