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  • I've corralled a hundred a'ready, an 'I figger to clear a hundred dollars clean on every hide of' em.

    CHAPTER 10

  • "'E's more'n arf-gorn a'ready, a-'itting the jug every blessed stop."

    CHAPTER 20

  • "My goodness! — if I ain't all tired a'ready!" she panted.

    Chapter 31

  • "If ye've worn Jamie out a'ready, I'll be happy t 'take' is place!" offered a short dark-haired youth.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • 'Tis clear, though, I think, that if Dzenko ha 'a'ready begun wi' them, ithers may look for the same or fiercer erelang.

    Hokas Pokas

  • "Don't know where Ah'm t 'put more as is plenty here a'ready," muttered the drudge as Piemur followed him.

    Dragon Drums

  • "An 'says I: 'Cross Moore, if you put your fut across my threshold I'll sartain sure take the broom to you -- an' ye'll find _that's_ clenched, a'ready! '"

    How Janice Day Won

  • "He's a Cam'elite," said the Bishop dryly -- "ready to dispute a'ready" -- here the young Scruggs sent out a kick which caught the

    The Bishop of Cottontown A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills

  • "Got a good many sheds built a'ready, I see," was the next remark the girl heard.

    The Wind Before the Dawn

  • "Ah reckon de 'cademy knows all abo't yo' an 'Mistah Jack a'ready an' wha 'yo' done befo 'dis," said the negro with a broad grin.

    The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island


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