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- used as a filled pause to indicating thinking or pondering, but allowing hearer to participate
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I can remember the episode about Mrs. Bethune and I can remember too ... let's see what else happened there because I know that Louis Burnham was there, that thing about him putting on a turban and then I remember McAllister sliming around telling people that others were Communists and spreading suspicions.
Very well, Doctor Harlan, there's cold water in the chatti — let's see you exercise the medical skill that was the talk of Pennsylvania, I don't doubt!
Four more oughten be dead by ” let's see ” why, time's up now! t'houten be dead now!
Well, there's what we call Stone Mountain, and Sally Coggins, and Morris Mountain, and … let's see now, the other one down next to …
When I quizzed his wife as to whether or not Leonard had seen another doctor since his last visit to my office, which was-hmm, let's see here "- he consulted the chart -" in December of