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  • But in passing it says this — but never in their ardest whiskered did they re-deposit all of that super-saxony. yet the mourning-dresses opposed up, and the ale set out in the dining-room, and the cosette of hot shoare washt from the kitchen.

    Inadvertent poetic prose in spamblogs | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"

  • And lookin 'at me bunch o' bombs -- that was the 'ardest blow,

    Rhymes of a Red Cross Man

  • -- Number One, you know, a-sittin 'up in bed an' doin '' is 'ardest to frown.

    The Broad Highway

  • "It's going to mean more 'n a month of the' ardest kind of work, Boy," came his final announcement.

    The Cross-Cut

  • 'Surely she'll praise me this time,' she often says, 'I've tried my' ardest. '

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • 'Surely she' ll praise me this time, 'she often says,' I 've tried my 'ardest.'

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • It was an unusual fine mornin 'I remember,' avin 'stopped rainin' for almost an hour, an 'just as we started somethin' that might 'ave been a sun tried' is 'ardest to shine.

    Between the Lines

  • ` I was down under the arches, w'en it was ryning its 'ardest, an' a bobby comes in an 'chyses me out.

    Carrying the Banner

  • The mud seemed stickier than ever, but I got out at last, and, arter scraping some of it off with a bit o 'stick, I put on my coat and trousers and boots just as I was and went to the gate, with the bell going its' ardest all the time.

    Dirty Work Deep Waters, Part 11.

  • Henery Walker started raving ag'in, and for the next few days he tried his 'ardest to get a few words with' is great-uncle, but Bob Pretty was too much for 'im.

    Short Cruises


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