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  • The only union we should be's a teachin' is the one of luv between a man and a wimmen.

    Crooks and Liars

  • An 'teachin' her notes, while wi 'food she 's supplyin'

    The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume II. The Songs of Scotland of the past half century

  • But Mis 'Glaspell says Joe jest does take on somethin' turrible, an 'he won't tech the fiddle, though he was plum carried away with it when David was well an' teachin 'of him.

    Just David

  • "I'll no despair yet o 'teachin' ye the fifth commandment, though I kill masel 'in doin' it!" cried the little man, seizing the strap from the boy's numb grasp.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • Joe jest does take on somethin 'turrible, an' he won't tech the fiddle, though he was plum carried away with it when David was well an 'teachin' of him.

    Just David

  • Ida here always thought a pile of your knowledge an 'teachin', an 'I guess she was right.

    Gulmore, The Boss

  • Somehow, seems like he thess picks up enough in the other schools to be able to conterdic 'her ways o' teachin '.

    Sonny, a Christmas Guest

  • "I'm rather fond o 'teachin', to say truth, and am ready to begin work at once."

    The Lonely Island The Refuge of the Mutineers

  • "All I know," the captain went on, "is that a Methody preacher paid me a visit last night, with the objic (so far as I can make out, for things have been movin 'so fast I hadn't time to question en as I wished) o' teachin 'me what was due to King George.

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales

  • "Wot every cub that sets yer under his cantin 'teachin', and sees 'em together, knows.

    Cressy

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