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Gas-lamps were lit by the "leerie" with his tall magic wand, as the children followed him respectfully down the street.
He used to describe Saunderson as "a mon with evil, leerie eyes, and eyebrows that met in a point over his nose"; and went on to say that Saunderson lived in a cave in the mountains where his forefathers, also suspected of being werwolves, had lived before him, and that when on his -- Saunderson's -- death this cave was visited by some of the villagers,
I'd be leerie of a coach that did, regardless of what i think about Keyshawn Johnson.
I’m a little leerie sic about why he needs two cells and who calls him so much.