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“The house master found out about it and she was whipped, before us all. â âAs far as you know, then, â I said, ânone of the girls of the house were put with Milo. â âAs far as I know, not, â she said. âBut surely there would be no cause for secrecy about such a matter, â I said. âI would not think so, â she said. âMilo was important in the house, â I said. âHe is famous.”
“Rick, Bernard, Bill, Mike, Gerry, Ian, and Blockhead—I rolled a lucky seven when I was put with these guys.”
“After she was purchased by Perry for Mr. De Lisle, as I have before related, she was taken to his plantation and put with a gang of field-slaves, where her fatigue, privations, and sufferings were severe, almost beyond description.”
“Her voice was not the strong, wild, catlike growl I would have put with her face and stance.”
“On account of what he had read, rather than what he had learnt, at Buckfastleigh, he took a very high place, and was put with boys far older than himself.”
“Little Rolf was completely mollified after a hearty meal, and was put with his mother to enjoy most unbroken slumbers in Fleda's room.”
“On the contrary, that's probably why she did not go put with other men and refused to double-date with Celia.”
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