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  • Crinkle, crinkle, 'ittle' tar, and it had become a household custom,, for the mother was a born singer.

    Little Women

  • "And I'll get a 'ittle' amb to p'ay wid me," lisped Walter – still "the baby" – or considered such, and petted accordingly.

    John Halifax, Gentleman

  • Crinkle, crinkle, 'ittle' tar, and it had become a household custom, for the mother was a born singer.

    Little Women

  • "And I'll get a 'ittle' amb to p'ay wid me," lisped Walter -- still "the baby" -- or considered such, and petted accordingly.

    John Halifax, Gentleman

  • * Those who maybe could pay 80-90% of their mortgage payments, and need just al ittle help to keep their house, not those who are way in over their heads.

    Matthew Yglesias » The DeMint Alternative

  • The poor misunderstood ittle bitty Terrorists would have used them for real.

    Officials: Obama to tap FBI to interrogate terrorists

  • The Jets wound up with l ittle chance but to go for it on fourth-and-11 from their own 22-yard line with 2 minutes, 40 seconds remaining, and Mr. Sanchez threw an incomplete pass.

    Ryan Feels the Heat Over Calls

  • We paid 64,000 won (a l ittle more than $53) for four of us, two adults and two children.

    Seoul

  • I text him several times a day, and I ' m already wondering how I got along without being able to solve l ittle logistical problems with him this way.

    Levi Gets a Cellphone, and a Lot of Rules

  • One it shows he is a ittle scared of going head to head without the support of his media cronies to feed him questions and thus makes him look a little sheepish and very weak.

    Hillary Challenging Obama To Free-Form Debates

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