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  • They'll find you gone and search the house first ... if t'asn't burned flat, that is.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Me, I don't believe she don't like 'im, but she's got her head screwed on straight,' asn't she?

    A Kiss For Julie

  • Now I've got me a reason an 'I ain't blowin' it because some nitwit of a 'uman from another world' asn't got the sense to know when to mind 'is own business.

    The Time of the Transference

  • "It 'asn't been so brisk, and it' asn't been so dull, your Lordship, what with now and then a gentleman from London!"

    Half A Chance

  • "Well, Corker 'asn't got a thoroughbred greenhorn in Bourne, Mr. Acting."

    Acton's Feud A Public School Story

  • And then she 'as to save' er face and pretend she 'asn't.

    Night Must Fall : a Play in Three Acts

  • DORA: No. _She_ 'asn't brought it up again, either.

    Night Must Fall : a Play in Three Acts

  • "Well, give it to somebody as 'asn't got none," said Bill, "I'm off the smokin 'a bit."

    The Red Horizon

  • I 'ope he' asn't caught one of them nasty fevers, down in some slum.

    The Fire Within

  • It's a surprise I must say but Lord! as I'm always telling Mrs. Griggs oo's on the bottom floor when she can afford 'er rent which' asn't been often lately, poor thing, owing to 'aving



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