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  • Probably a good idea to keep no-license knuckleheads off the streets for a month or so.


  • But Joe is Samuel the no-license plumber who had lived in Arizona and Alaska and believes McCain, like Palin, has nothing to lose.

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  • It has pushed no-license campaigns in States that had an optional law, has secured the extension of prohibition to scores of counties in the

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  • You ought to see the farmers in a no-license district lick it up.

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  • I knew what Lonesome's temper was, 'specially when it had been iled with some Wellmouth Port no-license liquor.

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  • And when he does get to New Bedford, chucklin 'over the way he's befooled his sister and her folks, I'm blessed if he didn't find that the town had gone no-license, and every saloon was shut up!

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  • The issue of license or no-license had never been an issue under such circumstances.

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  • The rumor at the Rectangle that the second and third wards had gone no-license proved to be false.

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  • The place she has in mind for him is a farm in a no-license portion of Connecticut, where he will work hard for his board, and live in the farmer's family.

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  • When the fact was made known, the workmen were so startled by it that they helped to make the place a no-license town.

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