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  • Well, one of these little critters fancied himself a bull-frog, and he puffed out his cheeks, and took a real "blowin time" of it; he roared away like thunder; at last he puffed and puffed out till he bust like a byler.

    The Clockmaker — or, the Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick, of Slickville

  • -- it makes a plaguy uproar the whole time, and keeps the passengers for everlastinly in a state of alarm for fear they'd do mischif by bustin the byler, a runnin aground, or gettin foul of some other craft.

    The Clockmaker — or, the Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick, of Slickville

  • (thinks I, old chap, you'll bust like a steam byler, if you hant got a safety valve somewhere or another,) and, says he, I vow that's superfine; I'll indorse your certificate for you, young man; there's no fear of you, you'll pass the inspection brand any how.

    The Clockmaker — or, the Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick, of Slickville

  • "to hunter byler, you have just confirmed my thoughts, your quote" football doesn't start in the jr highs "that is what is wrong with this program and why there is no D1 players" Quiz runs a program like that and he "visits the freshman school" WHAT A JOKE YOU ARE PLAYING FOR, I RESPECT YOU AS A PLAYER BUT THE QUIZ NEEDS TO FIND A JOB ELSEWHERE!!!

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  • Oh, she sais, the sudden joy of that sudden stop swelled her heart so big, she thought it would have bust like a byler; and, as it was, the great endurin 'long breath she drew, arter such an alfired escape, almost killed her at the ebb, it hurt her so. "

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Volume 02

  • "'You didn't hear it!' sais Old Sword-belt, 'then you had ought to have heerd it; and for two pins, I'd sharpen your hearin' for you, so that a snore of a fly would wake you up, as if a byler had bust. '

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Volume 02

  • "When I enters the outer door, I sees a man in an arm-chair in the entry, and he looked like a buster, I tell you, jist ready to blow up with the steam of all the secrets he had in his byler.

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Volume 02

  • As for some of the citizens of Midland, STOP judging other unless you want Jesus to judge you the same way in the day of Judgement. "hunter byler wrote on Apr 2, 2009 9: 00 PM:

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  • I'm pulling for you. "hunter byler wrote on Apr 2, 2009 3: 52 PM:

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  • No stones here, just leave the private schools out of it. "hunter byler wrote on Apr 2, 2009 4: 06 PM:

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