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  • But going by the numbers, the big easy's population went up almost 14 percent just last year at just under 240,000 current residents.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2008

  • LEMON: We're going to talk now about the big easy's big rebound.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2008

  • The big easy's population went up almost 14 percent last year.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2008

  • I finds th 'bones gettin' weak in my legs, soon's I sees un, an 'th' mother, soon's she sees me up an 'says she's knowin' somethin 'happened t' Bob, an 'I has t' tell she wi'out waitin 't' try t 'make un easy's I'd been plannin' t 'do.

    Ungava Bob A Winter's Tale

  • "I know a place down in th 'cow-pasture where I can lick you's easy's not."

    The Adventures of Joel Pepper

  • "Oh, I can row 'em all just as easy's not," gasped the devoted youth, the perspiration rolling down his forehead.

    Dr. Heidenhoff's Process

  • F'r all, I ain't a-gwine to let him off so easy's all that, unless you an 'the captain insists on it.

    The Free Lances A Romance of the Mexican Valley

  • Do you really believe that there are some states that have so few people who want abortion legal, that those States would not experience a black market in abortions similar to the drug trades and speak easy's during prohibition?

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  • We had money, illegal Prohibition of marijuana, We had speak easy's dealers garage / basement.

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  • "I've come to talk to you about the wall papers, dearie; Henry thought mebbe you'd like to see me, seeing I don't forget so easy's some.

    An Alabaster Box

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