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  • "Looks like Poplar isn't too pop'lar, " she says, and giggles.

    Songs of the Humpback Whale

  • Mas'r Very am mighty pop'lar wid de Jedge, and I believes dat Miss Viola am lookin 'on him wid more'n common feelin's.

    The Kentucky Ranger

  • Gentlemen, let everywan here do his very best to get every elektor to vote for Sandy, Mester Bowden, the pop'lar candidate.

    My Man Sandy

  • "Ain't it nice to be pop'lar?" sighed Peace in ecstasy.

    The Lilac Lady

  • "It used to be awful pop'lar when -- when I came here to Poketown to teach school."

    Janice Day at Poketown

  • "Huh! ain't yer gittin 'pop'lar?" croaked the boy, grinning at her.

    Janice Day at Poketown

  • Doggone, boy, you sho 'would be pop'lar durin' de hot spell down where us comes f'um.

    Lady Luck

  • MR. PUNCH, -- _My Dear Sir_: -- I skurcely need inform you that your excellent Tower is very pop'lar with pe'ple from the agricultooral districks, and it was chiefly them class which I found waitin at the gates the other mornin.

    Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature

  • Here's my notion: To make a pop'lar measure of it; somethin 'that'll appeal to the folks.

    Scattergood Baines

  • Third prize, one quart of bottle in bond whiskey doneated by our pop'lar townsman an 'leadin' citizen, Mr. Jake Grimshaw, proprietor of The Long Horn Saloon.

    The Texan A Story of the Cattle Country


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