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  • “I was only g-going to take y-your eyes,” the Executioner said.

    End of Time

  • “I was only g-going to take y-your eyes,” the Executioner said.

    End of Time

  • "Except f-for g-going to s-see about that j-j-job," he reminded her, a slight frown on his face.

    The Robin And The Kestrel

  • "Why, we heard that Monkey was g-going to s-smash the boat," answered

    The Boy Scouts Patrol

  • "And if you're g-going into the town g-get some fish for dinner," said the

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, February 28, 1917

  • "For," he said he, when speaking of it, "I thought if she was g-going to _g-get_ in, it was time for _me_ to get out!"

    Brook Farm

  • "But it was no m-murder," he pleaded, "and I'm g-going away, Clo -- ah! won't you let me k-kiss you good-by -- just once, Clo?"

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • I-- I asked you to come because I'm g-going away, soon, very s-soon, Clo, and I know I shall n-never see you again.

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • "I'm g-going far away -- because I must -- the s-sooner the better!" he whispered, struggling to his elbow to peer into the corner again.

    The Amateur Gentleman

  • "And if I don't know him, it's no sign I am not g-going to."

    Sandy

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