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  • If anything, Cracker's insults caused The Fountain to slow down a bit.

    Delta Search

  • During this little episode between the court and the Cracker's wife,

    An Outcast or, Virtue and Faith

  • From Bum Hollow and Wildcat Valley and from up the slopes that lead to Cracker's Neck came smaller tillers of the soil -- as yet but faintly marked by the gewgaw trappings of the outer world; while from beyond

    A Knight of the Cumberland

  • The woman had lived at Cracker's Neck before she appeared at the Gap, and it did not come to Grayson what the man meant until he was half-way to his room.

    Hell fer Sartain and Other Stories

  • "Say, podner," he said, with an unpleasant smile, "ye don't go up to Cracker's Neck fer nothin ', do ye?"

    Hell fer Sartain and Other Stories

  • The woman had lived at Cracker's Neck before she appeared at the Gap, and it did not come to Grayson what the man meant until he was half-way to his room.

    Hell Fer Sartain and Other Stories

  • Wildcat Valley and from up the slopes that lead to Cracker's Neck came smaller tillers of the soil -- as yet but faintly marked by the gewgaw trappings of the outer world; while from beyond High Knob, whose crown is in cloud-land, and through the Gap, came the mountaineer in the primitive simplicity of home spun and cowhide, wide-brimmed hat and poke-bonnet, quaint speech, and slouching gait.

    A Knight of the Cumberland

  • Florida have had their ups and downs with them in a petty way on account of the running over of their cattle by the trains; and then some long-haired old Cracker drops into the nearest station with his gun and pistol, and wants the telegraph operator to settle immediately on the basis of the Cracker's claim for damages, which is always absurdly high.

    Crooked Trails

  • Cracker's views on cattle-killing, but it took some considerable

    Crooked Trails

  • He had been in a Cracker's house before, and it seemed to him now that his heart turned over when he recalled his visits there, and his utter disregard of his surroundings.

    The Cromptons

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