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  • Ern was lying on a bed, a pencil in his hand, his portry note-book beside him.

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  • Then he stood up to begin saying portry straight out of his head like Fatty.

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  • Ern determined to stand up in his bedroom that night when he was alone and see if portry rolled out of him as it did out of Fatty.

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  • That's my portry note-book, " said Ern. "Can't write nothing in that except portry.

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  • His portry note-book was on the chair where his uncle had tossed it.

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  • He got out his portry note-book, and his book of Clues and Suspects.

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  • Ern would have been only too willing to oblige, but most unfortunately in his hurried departure from his uncle's house he had left his portry note-book behind.

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  • He read the bit of portry about himself again, and felt very angry indeed.

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  • Ern shut the portry note-book and put it on top of the other book.

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  • "I was going to use it for my portry, " said Ern, looking disappointed.

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