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“He was a bad boy making a big messy-poo, and seeing things splash and make a stainy-wainy made him want to be punished, paddled, humiliated.”
“IT 'S so wainy, I can't go out, and evwybody is so cwoss they won't play with me," said Maud, when Polly found her fretting on the stairs, and paused to ask the cause of her wails.”
“But, says I, Mister Mount shear; it is French, I vow; real merchantable, without wainy edge or shakes -- all clear stuff; it will pass survey in any market -- its ready stuck and seasoned.”
“French, I vow; real merchantable, without wainy edge or shakes -- all clear stuff; it will pass survey in any market -- it's ready stuck and seasoned. ”
“Howsomever," said a third, "I hope it won't be long afore he has the wainy edge scored off of him, anyhow.”
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