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“Among these are persons who bear the term of Iena-dizze - wug, that is, wanderers about the country, braggadocios, or fops.”
“Dizclaymerz: Lettin da cat owt uff da bag wug jus a figger uff speech!”
“He felt the spell of the wicked book, but only as a horse might feel a ‘gee-wug!’ addressed to him.”
“The wug immediately scuttled forward and into her palm.”
“How many wugs would a wise wug whip if a wise wug would whip wugs?”
“They forgot all about the wugs, wug origins, and wug intentions when something boomed softly in the distance and the room shook slightly but disarmingly.”
“While no wug had ever injured a human being, humans were constantly squashing, smashing, dismembering, and otherwise demolishing the elegant little automatons.”
“Tse-Mallory grinned. '0le bug-wug, me friend, my reflexes have slowed down through the years, but dead yet they ain't!”
“His friends came to the funeral, and a snake, o-wug ', also came.”
“Later, when the friends observed the death ceremony, o-wug 'also came.”
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