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  • Uriah, in partickler, exhiberted a right smart chance of spryness in his legs, considerin his time of life, and as he cum a dubble shuffle near where I sot I rewarded him with a approvin smile, and sed,

    Current Literature

  • "That's what I call a partickler fine character of a man.

    The Sky Pilot, a Tale of the Foothills

  • You have here every partickler, of that which he did, and that which he didn't.

    James Catnach, Ballad-monger, Part 1

  • You fail, or you go from my words in any partickler, no matter how small it is, and your heart and your liver shall be tore out, roasted, and ate.

    Great Expectations

  • Dis partickler kitteh, him cud haz all ten of mai dijjits, on accownt a kyootness uv bebbeh floof.

    dis one i has now - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Being asked what he meant, he answered, them that come out upon him and partickler his chest.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • Not the kind that Alvin spent much time with, but not any that he had any partickler dislike for, neither.

    Prentice Alvin

  • "They ain't going to make this partickler mixup boy a slave anyhow," said Alvin.

    Prentice Alvin

  • Peggy knew from the lady's heartfire that she didn't think herself dressed in any partickler finery today, but to Peggy she was like the Queen herself.

    Prentice Alvin

  • "Cause if the King be that partickler shade of skin, I got some news that'll get me three free dinners a day in any town in Hio and Suskwahenny till the day I die."

    Prentice Alvin

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