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“At last, he geet so freeten't, that he chuck't th 'fiddle down, an' darted out o'th chapel, beawt hat; an 'off he ran whoam, in a cowd sweet, wi' his yure stickin 'up like a cushion-full o' stockin'-needles.”
“On Sunday I wear a ole time bonnet, a'm hole apron, shoes an 'stockin'.”
“They was like drumsticks i 'stockin' two month 'ago -- an' I heard folk tell as they was bandy an 'knock-kneed both at th' same time.”
“Ye'll put on baith thae pair o 'stockin's, Jamie," said Jess, "juist to please me?”
“Mis 'Cullen ter lend me a pair o' stockin's for Peory, 'n' tell her if she will, Peory'll give Jim half her candy when she gets home.”
“No a fit in buckled shune sae licht as his, his weel-shapit leg covered wi 'the bonny' rig-an'-fur 'stockin' that I knitted mysel 'frae the cast on o' the ower-fauld [over-fold] to the bonny white forefit that sets aff the blue sae weel.”
“Eily, can't you run out and ask Mis 'Cullen ter lend me a pair o' stockin's for Peory, an 'tell her if she will, Peory'll give Jim half her candy when she gets home.”
“Now, pap, thar's your shoes an 'stockin's, an' thar's the change Silas give me.”
“John took off his shoe an 'stockin', an 'when Jim saw it he sed, "Oh, aw see what it wants; it wants bringin' to a heead. ”
“Corinne's, an 'that I felt was her, a-walking up to the bridal altar, with all the white flowers, an' the floatin 'veils, an' the crowds in the church, an 'the music playin', an 'the minister all ready, I'd jist jerk that young woman into the vestry-room, an' have off her shoes an 'stockin's in no time.”
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