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  • Yo'd have to spend months there to really gain any value from it.

    McCain says Obama's Iraq trip would convince him of success

  • Without greeting, the old man said: 'Yo'd better come home, Ocie.

    Home Missions in Action

  • He wus the gittin'est man -- Yo'd a-thought he wus ridin 'fer wages,' stead o 'jest prospectin'.

    The Gold Girl

  • Yo'd navver tooch anoother drap o 'thot felthy stoof, Jimmy, ef yo could sea yoreself what a sight yo bae.

    The Three Sisters

  • Yo'd come on a bit o 'creakin' wood windlass like a well-head, an 'you was let down i' th 'bight of a rope, fendin' yoursen off the side wi 'one hand, carryin' a candle stuck in a lump o 'clay with t'other, an' clickin 'hold of a rope with t'other hand.'

    Life's Handicap

  • "Yo'd best go wi 'your feyther, lad," said the Master at last, thickly.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • "Yo'd better come into th 'shade o' them trees," she said, "I dunnot want to gi 'any one a chance to see me nor yo' either."

    That Lass O' Lowrie's 1877

  • 'Yo'd not turn her out, Hannah?' cried Reuben, instinctively putting out an arm to feel that the door was closed.

    The History of David Grieve

  • Yo'd ha thowt they'd throw their jaws off the hinges.

    The History of David Grieve

  • "Yo'd better come into th 'shade o' them trees," she said; "I dunnot want to gi 'anyone a chance to see me, nor yo' either."

    That Lass o' Lowrie's: A Lancashire Story


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