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  • I 'uz a fool when I talk 'bout th'owin' money roun 'that a-way.

    Short Stories of Various Types

  • Why, bless you, I was once goin 'to marry a plumber's mate, and jest a week afore the weddin' e went orf with some one else an 'owin' me arf-a-crown, too.

    Our Elizabeth A Humour Novel

  • Mr.. Dawkins, as I told you, give us the best of everything in the 'ouse and our lives wasn't worth livin' owin 'to Mr. Dawkins and the little Dawkinses and a young man lodger takin' against us in consekence.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, February 21, 1917

  • I 'uz a fool when I talk 'bout th'owin' money roun 'that a-way.

    Penrod and Sam

  • At a very early age his shrill voice could be heard calling in admonitory tones, caught from his mother's very lips, "You 'Nelius, don' you let me ketch you th'owin 'at ol' mis 'guinea-hens no mo'; you hyeah me?" or "Hi'am, you come offen de top er dat shed 'fo' you fall an 'brek yo' naik all to pieces."

    The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories

  • "But you want to meet my daughter befo 'you commence th'owin' bokays.

    The House Behind the Cedars

  • "But you want to meet my daughter befo 'you commence th'owin' bokays.

    The House Behind the Cedars

  • If it's a win, it's thirty quid — an 'I can pay all that's owin', with a lump o 'money left over.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • "I hate owin 'things worse' n poison," Billy said to Saxon.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • If it's a win, it's thirty quid — an 'I can pay all that's owin', with a lump o 'money left over.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

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