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  • You'll just lay there by the juniper, while the moon is bright, watch them jugs a'fillin ', in the pale moon light.

    A Superbowl Request for "The Boss"

  • We just lay there by the juniper, while the moon is bright, watch them jugs a'fillin 'in the pale moon light.

    A Superbowl Request for "The Boss"

  • In it they do no manner of work, -- except in cases of necessity or mercy, such as fillin 'out diplomas, or when we git crowded jest at the end of a term, or when there is an extry number of poopils, or other

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860

  • Sara made her laugh, and laughed with her; and, though neither of them quite knew it, the laughter was as "fillin '" as the meat pies.

    A Little Princess

  • The story affords about as much food for thought as one of Talmage's plate-matter sermons -- is fully as "fillin '" as drinking the froth out of a pop-bottle, and equally as exhilarating.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.

  • An 'I warrant hoo nivver thowt o' fillin 'her pocket wi' tracks by way o 'comfort.

    That Lass o' Lowrie's: A Lancashire Story

  • Drinkin 'so much strong coffee an' a-puckerin 'ob yer stummick up,' stead o 'fillin' ob it out wid bread and meat!

    Her Mother's Secret

  • a hunk was cut out, jest like I'd always dream of so much -- showin 'a cross-section of rich yellow cake and a fruity-lookin' fillin 'that jest made a man want to give up.

    The Spenders A Tale of the Third Generation

  • 'll come tae the garden-seat, for the spring flooers are bloomin' bonnie and sweet the noo, an 'fillin' 's a 'wi' hope.

    Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers

  • "Nobody can 'cuse me," said Hannah, "of not 'fillin' Scriptur 'oncet, whar it says ` them as has ears to hear, let 'em hear,' for I did hear 'em a-talkin 'last night of you and Mr. De Vere, and I tell you they're ravin' mad to think you'd cotched him; but I'm glad on't.

    Cousin Maude

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