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“Oh, dat Br'er Rabbit and Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear and de tar baby, lawsy, lawsy ...”
“Oh, lawsy, where Wild Hunt lets you linger a few feet above the ground on the waft of violets, Rainforest insists you stick with the leaves and the needles and the ground and remember that this growing thing is vegetal, baby.”
“Oh lawsy … Wolcott has been surfing this afternoon … and has called out on his blog the whole “exchange” between the lovely but pissant Margaret and the intrepid Jane.”
“As she drove along the winding road to his hunting lodge, she had a premonition that he might be dead, and if so, lawsy-mercy, all of her plans would go up in smoke ... well, unless she talked to his heirs.”
“Dey wah ve'y few lawyers den too, but lawsy me, yo 'cain't turn round fer dem now.”
“Oh, lawsy-massy-gollyation!" yelped the frightened darkey.”
“Fo 'de lawsy sake!" gasped Rad, and got a full breath again.”
“Why, lawsy me! if he was tongue-tied an 'speechless, an”
“He come here last fall looking mighty poor-like, but, lawsy me, he's as fine now as any man on the avenue.”
“Lawsy, lawsy," she gasped, as Polly circled around her, dodging the children.”
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