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  • "Theer isna much more to tell, Mester -- th 'eend's comin' now, an 'happen it'll shorten off th' story, so 'at it seems suddent to thee.

    Surly Tim's Trouble

  • In the eend we need ISRU, robotics and HSF to finnaly get TOGETHER and come up with a plan!

    Why the Moon? Here's Why. - NASA Watch

  • This race needs to go to th eend so we can concentrate on McCain.

    Exit polls: West Virginia voters want Democratic race to continue

  • "I'm gwine, Massa Will — deed I is," replied the negro very promptly — "mos out to the eend now."

    The Gold-Bug

  • "I've come to th 'eend now surely," he said, and, dropping into her seat, he hid his face.

    One Day at Arle

  • Hannah looked real pleased when she see Enoch, as if she hadn't reelly expected him, but Betsey stuck out her hand 's if 'twas an eend o 'board, an' drawed her face solemner 'n ever.

    In Dark New England Days

  • "Thar you talk like a feller of gumption," said Ralph: "only show me the sight of a bit of skin-rope for halters, and you'll see a sample of hoss-stealing to make your ha'r stand on eend!"

    Nick of the Woods

  • And so I sticks fast in a lick; and then to sumtotalise, I wallops down a rock, eend foremost, like a bull-toad: and, 'tarnal death to me, while I war scratching my head, and wondering whar I came from, I heerd the crack of the guns across the river, and thought of anngelliferous madam.

    Nick of the Woods

  • "I'm gwine, Massa Will -- deed I is," replied the negro very promptly -- "mos out to the eend now."

    Selections from Poe

  • The stomach's got to keep up his eend o 'the rope, or he'll jest go under, sure.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 85, November, 1864


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