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“The boys couldn't afford to go themselves, but they got a little money together, and then got the idea of sendin ''em by express.”
“Rill Scattergood ain't got no way with her, as I sez before; an' folks that can afford it have got in the habit o 'sendin' their young'uns over to Middletown School.”
“An 'all o' me thet wuz n't sore an 'sendin' prickles thru me”
“He gae his arm an awfu 'sweel roond, an' instead o 'sendin' the ba 'to the wickets, it gaed spung ower an' hut Sandy a yark i 'the side o' the heid.”
“Just sayin' 'is good-bye an' sendin 'a few partin' sooveniers '; and another sang' Say aw rev-wore, but not good-bye. ”
“I'd like to know what you think you're a-doin 'sendin' me 'way back there.”
“It's hard to be cooped up in a hole in a mountainside, with an enemy shootin 'at you an' sendin 'avalanches down on you, an' you never seein 'him a-tall.”
“And the Doctor's wife is very kind, but I shouldn't think o 'sendin' the baby away so sudden while the boy is still here.”
“I did hear der was some notion o 'sendin' a committee from de meetin 'ter tell him he must leave; but I hadn't no notion he'd du it.”
“I'm in the habit o 'sendin' a basket to the Bray girls when any o 'our folks is comin' this way, but”
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