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  • When Martin starts teaching the brother's local gang (the Dead End Kids!) some professional tricks, Dave intervenes, hoping to keep Drina's brother square with the law.

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  • With Drina's hand in his, half a dozen dogs as advanced guard, and heavily flanked by the Gerard battalion, he scoured the moorlands from

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  • Voices were sounding in his ears -- Drina's laughter, Lansing's protest;

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  • But there was no response, and presently the elder woman rose and went out along the landing, and Eileen heard her laughingly greeting Boots, who had arrived post-haste on news of Drina's plight.

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  • Drina's voice sounded afar, and: "Hello, sweetheart!" he said gaily; "is there anything I can do for your youthful highness?"

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  • "Come on," said Boots, slipping a bride-rose into Drina's curls; "I'm ready for confidences."

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  • Both Selwyn and Lansing cut in coolly, dismissing the matter with a careless word or two; and coffee was served -- cambric tea in Drina's case.

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  • -- Drina's mad about you and threatens to give you her new maltese puppy.

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  • Drina's lap, was constantly brushing Selwyn's features.

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  • Obviously NSFW (Best line: I've been a celebrity mom eight years through this 'Hills' [expletive], but Drina's going to the next level, baby]:

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