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  • Soon after the crowd emptied out, Mr. Taylor and his mates started to pack up their gear when the concierge informed them that no, no, no-a bellboy would be dispatched to take it to their suite.

    You're a Grand Old Rag

  • No, not captivate him; He was no boy, no-a piece of archaic reading came back to twitch at his lips-mooncalf.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • "I understand-a da work," replied Tony, "and I like-a da live in-a da country, if you no-a make-a me sleep in-a da barn."

    Hidden Treasure

  • I answer no-a thousand times NO-never as its leading characteristic, and never at the expense of public justice.

    The Punishment of Treason

  • "We have a strict no-a -- holes policy," Mark said.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • And the final vote count was 282 yes to 144 no-a mere two votes shy of passing.

    TreeHugger

  • "Oh," he said, shrugging his shoulders, "there no-a da mon in-a da

    Hidden Treasure

  • If you like-a my work and I like-a da place, then I stay, but if you no-a like me and I no-a like you, then I go. "

    Hidden Treasure

  • We got-a no-a da kids, and she like-a da country, like-a da me. "

    Hidden Treasure

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