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  • Ev'ry time I have to leave you, woman, I wonder who's takin 'my place, an' turnin 'you on

    Albert Collins Lyrics

  • I loved your idea about students using wiki templates to create their work and then using the "turnin" tag when they are finished.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • For sixty years Ah Sing had been slammin 'the doors on the Ward family skeletons, an' turnin 'the keys on them.

    Murder Canyon

  • "Joe," says Mrs. Bonny, a fallin 'back an' turnin 'pale too, "Polly aint never been nigh us!",

    Smethurstses

  • And now, 'stead o' turnin 'out sloppy, he's always trim and neat;

    The Stars and Stripes The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919

  • An ', you know, the ground has a regular good smell to it, a-turnin' over an 'turnin' over.

    Chapter 4

  • "Then why don't they make their soldiers stay home, an 'not go breakin' other people's things, an 'turnin' 'em out of their houses," she muttered indignantly.

    One of Ours

  • "Everything seems kind o 'turnin' upside down," he said.

    Uncle William: the man who was shif'less

  • Th 'bailiffs dhrove out in squads, seizin' cattle an 'turnin' people into th 'r-road.

    Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War

  • She'll need her bottom restiffenin ', an' new bed-plates, an 'turnin' out the forward boilers, an 're-turnin' all three cylinders, an 'refacin' all guides, to begin with.

    The Day's Work - Volume 1

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