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Once she ran into the kitchen, and told cook to put back the dinner, so that she might run down the slonk to finish her conversation with him.
"You want to go down the slonk," whispered Maggie.
"You told me the last time I was here that you wanted to finish a conversation with him in the slonk."
"Sally told cook to keep the dinner back; she has gone down the slonk to speak to Meason."
Aunt Hester cast her eyes into her satchel, afraid even to think that her brother had intentionally misinterpreted her words; but Aunt Mary laughed at the idea of the slonk-hill, as a latter-day Golgotha, with poor Uncle James staggering beneath the weight of the Southdown Road, young men and all, upon him.
My dinner is put back so that Sally may continue her flirtation with Meason in the slonk.
We all know it will be the same a hundred years hence, but in the meantime you don't want your dinner put back, so that Sally may continue her flirtations in the slonk, "and Aunt Mary burst into a merry peal of laughter.
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