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  • "Because he knows bluidy well we'd never make it overland wi 'him in the state he's in, and he'd no stay at Eldridge for fear o' bringin 'the English down on MacRannoch."

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • The Daily Growler "Freedom on the March" Baghdad Report: "They're still 'bringin' 'em on,' Mr. Phony President--Ya think a few more of us have to die before anybody impeaches you?"

    End of Yet Another Era

  • That was runnin 'the coach trips tae Lourdes an' bringin 'gear back fae France?

    Boiling a frog

  • That was runnin 'the coach trips tae Lourdes an' bringin 'gear back fae France?'

    Boiling a Frog

  • I was goin 'down, down, an' bringin 'th' others with me.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862

  • None of us had the sense to think o 'bringin' in the cubs.

    A Little Bush Maid

  • "'Bout printin 'all them books he wrote over again, an' bringin ''em out in the same kind of covers?"

    A Romance of Billy-Goat Hill

  • He kep 'on makin' milk toast an 'bringin' in one piece o 'fruit at a time an' once in a while a little meat.

    Friendship Village

  • I've kind of thought of one of those blue foulard silks with white spots into it since before I married Hill, but never came any nearer than pricin 'it an' bringin 'home a sample.

    The Thing from the Lake

  • What's the use o 'bringin' 'em into a state o 'things like this?

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works


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