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“Willie and George do scour out stockings 'mazin' fast.”
“O she is a woman of 'mazin' vigor, Stanshy is, when she gets agoin '.”
“Tis a hard matter viewed from the point what you looks 'pon it; but I knaws you, my awn good gal; I knaws your Saviour's done a' mazin 'deal to hold you up.”
“Theer's sich a 'mazin' deal o 'good in human nature.”
“God ban't gwaine to let en gaw down to's graave wi 'sich a' mazin 'number o' wrong opinions.”
“But butivul broad, an '' mazin 'strong, an' a fine sight to see en ate his food.”
“He said 't was old Colonel Penhallow. 'mazin' rich the old Colonel was, and these 'ere rich old cocks sometimes does seem to strut round and cut up pretty much as if they hed n't heard o' no God in their parts.”
“Them Kitterys used to hold their heads 'mazin' high afore the war, and they 've managed by hook and crook to hold on to most what they got, and now by-gones is by-gones.”
“This 'ere Miss Sphyxy Smith's a rich old gal, and' mazin 'smart to work," he began.”
“It 's a 'mazin' good day, bless de Lord!" said Tiff.”
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