Did you perchance mean life?
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“Jim and Wally dashed off, to return presently with the tidings that Murty would play "wid all the pleasure in loife.”
“But ‘ey, bish bash bosh, Bob’s your uncle, dis loife don git any easier, does it?”
“Dat'll froighten de loife out of dem fecking passengers.”
“But for you, she'd be now lost forivir to the poor owld man whose light an 'loife an' trisure she always was.”
“An 'so she became me woife -- my Nora -- me darlin' -- the loight of me loife.”
“D'ye want to know," said he, "the thrue business of me loife, an 'me sowl occupeetion?”
“Ye've seeved the loife of me daughter, me choild, me Marion”
“Te've seeved me loife, so ye have, an 'there's no doubt about it.”
“I think I ne'r gat off a cuddy so quick in my loife afore; and th 'owd mule would hardly understand me I daresay, for he stopt in a moment and look'd over at me as if he wor wondering if I always gat off in that fashion.”
“Oi nivver heerd such a baste in me loife fur talkin ', to bay sure!”
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