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  • New study examines how minorities are 'movin' on up 'when they move to new neighborhoods

    August 13th, 2007

  • You have until noon (eastern time) and 9am (pacific) to get your picks into ESPN's xtcian-4GNNB tournament pool, so git 'movin'!

    mighty pleasin', pappy's corn squeezin'

  • Snac is, even i 'the face o' trouble, but there's no more hope o 'movin' him than theer'd be o 'liftin' the parish church and carryin 'it to market.

    Aunt Rachel

  • Late dat nite one ob de boys wuz goin 'down to de spring fo' to get a drink ob water when he notice somethin 'movin' in de bushes.

    Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4

  • "I never seen nothin 'movin' up here, but -- they was a gal or so come norratin 'past on the path; I' lowed when I seed calicker that it mought be Huldy, you named her so free."

    Judith of the Cumberlands

  • My own troubles come on me thick an 'fast after that an' what with one thing an 'another, an' movin 'here an' there, it was years before I set eyes on her again.

    The Alchemist's Secret

  • First, down yonder on the old river road I meets a autymobile, with a man drivin 'it and somethin' alive an 'movin' lyin 'in a blanket by his feet.

    The Perils of Pauline

  • It may be hot where ye are, but it would be hotter for ye if ye were here, and ye'd jist have the throuble o 'movin'.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • It may be hot where ye are, but it would be hotter for ye if ye were here, and ye 'd jist have the throuble o' movin '.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • He's a long piece off -- jest can hardly see him except somethin 'movin'.

    Sundown Slim

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