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“My friend calls the vord the borg, and I think that's pretty accurate.”
“Finally, the physical threat is from creatures known as the vord, who sneak into people's body and take it over kinda like in a horror movie.”
“The vord then control that body, though in every other respect the previous owner of that body is dead.”
“Vell, I vill tell you at vun vord how mosh I vill give you.”
“Py mine vord, I never did know de monish so shcarce in all de days of my life; and is pesides, if I was to porrow so mosh, to puy all dis lot of trinkets, ven de devil you tink I get all my monish pack again?”
“As I could only oppose my single asseveration to his suspicion, he told me one day, “Your vord not be give me de satisfaction — me find necessaire to chercher for my medicine; pardonnez moi — il faut chercber — me demand le clef of your coffre a cette heure.””
““Dere!” he said, triumphantly; “you know dose vord?””
“Ve got vord to Dr. McCoy, but he's ill at the moment.”
“Vat you vant is the exact vord of the law on your side.”
“Und she feels so orful she coodent said a vord, und she goes oud.”
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