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Examples

  • I horizont the same, this serpe with ramshead, and lay it lightly to your lip a litde.

    Finnegans Wake

  • She chose the place where die northwestern end of Odd's Lane disappeared beneath the snow, because die embankment was a litde shallower there.

    The Dark Tower

  • "And look you at something that has to be on it," she said, and took a branch from their litde pile of brush.

    The Dark Tower

  • The room was a little cooler now, a litde less like a sauna.

    The Dark Tower

  • Always con yer vantage, Cort had told them, drilling it into their heads from the time when they had been litde more than babbies.

    The Dark Tower

  • It had already created a white delta in the litde entryway, where their makeshift hide coats hung.

    The Dark Tower

  • Looked around at the close litde hut with its ancient fixtures and flickering electric bulbs.

    The Dark Tower

  • THE LITTLE RED KING sweaty, hate-congested face of the fat one named Andrew and placed the barrel of the gun (bought for home protection in the long-distant past by Jake's more than a litde paranoid TV-executive fadier) against the soft red wound in the center of the low man's forehead.

    The Dark Tower

  • And while diere was no reason why he should have, the buck leading his litde fleeing herd did indeed veer slightly in Susan-nah's direction.

    The Dark Tower

  • He kept his nose pressed to the stairs, and Jake knew he was onto Susannah; he could pick it up from his litde friend's mind.

    The Dark Tower

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