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  • "Nobbut, thanky, yerself, for your good wishes," says Jack, says he, throwin 'the bundle of sticks on his shoulder, an' marchin 'on by the ould man's side.

    Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know

  • "When I think of the way that blessed boy is holdin 'up his head an' marchin 'straight on; an' you an 'me here -- oh, lan' sakes, what's the use of TRYIN 'to say it!" she despaired, turning and hurrying from the room.

    Dawn

  • 'Bloody disgraceful, I call it,' said Crass, 'marchin' along the Grand

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

  • Sure, one end of the music-as-weapon spectrum runs through the high-brow pacifism of Britten and Michael Tippet and the I ain't a'marchin 'anymore populism of Phil Ochs. All we are saying is give peace a chance.

    Sequenza21/

  • I'm so sick an 'tired o' marchin 'around the world with you, goin' from one crisis to the next, that me enthusiasm's just about run out. "

    The Time of the Transference

  • I don't see how you can avoid comin 'out an' marchin 'in the open now. "

    Stalky & Co.

  • I see clear that we've got to do a power o 'marchin', more of it than fightin '. "

    The Keepers of the Trail A Story of the Great Woods

  • "Call it peace or call it treason, call it love or call it ­reason," he sings, "I ain't marchin' anymore."

    Angry Howls, Righteous Beats

  • Inspirational Quote: "Honey, time marches on and eventually you realize it is marchin 'across your face."

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Inspirational Quote: "Honey, time marches on and eventually you realize it is marchin 'across your face."

    I Forgot to Put on a Title!

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