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  • I'd been doin 'orderly at the Battery an' brought down the requisition for so many rounds, an 'it bein' the Left'nant's first trip up, an 'not knowin' the road 'e' as me up in front with 'im to show the way.

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  • 'Well, the Left'nant's enthoosy-ism cools off a bit when it begins to rain again like as if some one had turned on the tap o' a waterfall, but he tried to cheer himself remarkin 'that most likely' is Battery was bein 'flooded out of their dug-outs.

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  • Left'nant's opinion o 'the Am.Col. 's job had reined back another pace or two, especially as he'd slipped an' come down full length in the mud when haulin 'on the drag-rope, an' had also slid one leg in the ditch well over the boot-top in reachin 'out for a good swipe wi' the cane.

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  • Reckon you-all'll have er right smart time gittin 'to the loot'nant's property ever, 'cause that's where Bat an' his bunch make their hangout. "

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  • For all of you repug (nant) s here, just remember one thing.

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  • Each lieute nant will also take on some responsibility for fixing the quality problems in the consumer unit that have led to recalls of the painkiller Tylenol and other popular products.

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  • A number of die-hard players were disgusted, but Blue held the domi - nant hand.

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  • Secondly why did Pugin agree to work in a setting Crystal Palace that must have felt repug­nant to him?

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  • The road was between romantic hills; heard Welsh songs proceeding from the hill fields on my right, and the murmur of a brook rushing down a deep nant on my left.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

  • The night, however, was not very dark, and we found our way tolerably well, though once in descending I had nearly tumbled into the nant or dingle, now on our left hand.

    Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

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