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  • She should be glad that the future president of the greatest country in eart is calling her sweetie ...

    Obama apologizes for 'sweetie' comment

  • He has gone "with a good 'eart" -- the stereotyped phrase with which every English private soldier, tongue-tied, hides the expression of his unconquerable soul.

    The Red Planet

  • He has introduced us to the cat, and my 'eart' as turned to water, for it is Alexander.

    The Man Upstairs and Other Stories

  • My 'eart' as never altered, my 'eart is ever true, the remnant of No. 2 Platoon sang past him.

    Between the Lines

  • For my 'eart' as never altered, my 'eart is ever true.

    Between the Lines

  • [Expanding] Purity of 'eart's an excellent thing, no doubt, but there's a want of nature about it.

    The Foundations

  • 'The Doctor says your' eart's weak through smokin 'on an empty stummick.

    Soldier Stories

  • [Expanding] Purity of 'eart's an excellent thing, no doubt, but there's a want of nature about it.

    Complete Plays of John Galsworthy

  • [Expanding] Purity of 'eart's an excellent thing, no doubt, but there's a want of nature about it.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • "My 'eart's breakin', and I ain't a-goin 'to let it break without mykin' them that's broken it know what they've done to me."

    The Dust Flower

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