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  • ‘Young sonny, don’t you answer up to me when you baint in the story — stopping my words in that fashion.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • Caitheamar an deireadh seachtaine siar i nGaillimh, mise ag freastal ar T�stal na Gaeilge agus � F�in ag baint taitneamh ar an aimsir �lainn le Garman.

    One of these days…

  • “She baint to come,” said Beauty, under her breath, so soon as I had nearly reached her, pointing without raising her hand at Mary Quince.

    Uncle Silas

  • “Drat me, if she baint a-going to fight me!” he chuckled humorously.

    Uncle Silas

  • “I baint going through his pockets,” Brock said, his voice cold.


  • Yus, I were wrong to call thee out today, but I sayed my piece in Canton and I baint changing.


  • By Lord God, he swore, I baint understanding why Thee put this devil in my path.


  • I baint rubbing thy joss in thy face, Dirk, but I be the Tai-Pan now.


  • “I baint afeared of the likes of you — or thy godrotting false accusations.”


  • Why baint thee leaving it be — three month were not much to wait.



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