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“The manager's office, where he had been on one occa sion soon after the accident, had been larger and most comfortably upholstered.”
“Above them were round, black buttons, which he would occa - sionally push or pull.”
“Tas was curled up on his side, Gisella was snoring softly, the gully dwarves were in a heap, squirming occa - sionally.”
“Some are raw data, some massaged, some naked and some fitted out for the occa ...”
“O, “I sed sew” iz haow I manij fingz at mai hows… Awn wun oar 2 occa… uhkay… tymz I hadded 2 splayn Y I sed 2 dew oar nawt dew sumfin, n it maydid sints, sew deyz bin pirdee much K wif “I sed sew” sints den…”
“Kitteh will occa….oka…sumtimez wear plastik grocery bag as cape, head thru handle, den ZOOM off deys go!”
“I have no concern but for her safety and honour, and for your concern on the affecting occa-sion.”
“In truth, madam, we are all neutral on this occa-sion.”
“I am too much affected by the woes of my family, to behave as perhaps I ought on this occa-sion.”
“Girls, writing of themselves on these occa-sions, must be disclaimers, you know: but, my dear uncle, what care”
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