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“Tis whin th 'man on top has had his fill iv fightin' that th 'throuble's over, an' be the look iv things Cousin George has jus 'begun to take tay.”
“She had meant only to point the way, but, following a new impulse, she went on, listening to the poor soul's motherly prattle about "me baby" and the "throuble" it was to "find clothes for the growin 'childer when me man is out av work and the bit and sup inconvaynient these hard times" as they descended to that darksome lower world where necessities take refuge when luxuries crowd them out from the gayer place above.”
“Oi c'n lay down th 'logs all roight; th' throuble'll be wid th 'figgers.”
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“Shure we won't throuble ayiher of ye," said O'Halloran.”
“Oi'm an Oirish Highlander; I beg your pardon, sorr -- and in throuble again.”
“It will be no throuble in life to you; and I am only sorry that it isn't betther worth your while, for he isn't worth fearin 'at all; only I must tell you that he lives in the county Galway, in the middle of a bog, and he has an advantage in that.”
“Phwat's the throuble!" he repeated, sarcastically.”
“Sure, we've niver had wan bit of throuble up till now.”
“It sinds throuble away -- what else is happiness?”
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