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  • Friday, an 'you put us straight -- Sunday, I b'lieve it was.

    CHAPTER 12

  • Scairt the daylights out of the critters, I do b'lieve.

    CHAPTER 10

  • 'Sence you're so blamed forehanded about it, no; I'd b'lieve nature first, and facts.'

    The Men of Forty Mile

  • “I b'lieve you're right,” he spoke into her soft hair.


  • "You mean makin 'b'lieve you don't care about them?"

    Chapter 5

  • "I truly b'lieve them big fellers wants us to go this way."

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • "You take the branch next the willow stump, I b'lieve; or else the branch by the gopher holes; or else --"

    Love Letters

  • "It isn't everyone who knows the road to Butterfield," Dorothy remarked as she tripped along the lane; "but I've driven there many a time with Uncle Henry, and so I b'lieve I could find it blindfolded."

    Love Letters

  • "Why, I b'lieve he's proud of it," exclaimed Dorothy; "and seems to me I've heard worse music than he makes."

    Love Letters

  • "Why, Joe, Ah b'lieve Ah sho'ly will," says I. "Tell ye sumpn else, Joe ... so will she."



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