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  • The house master found out about it and she was whipped, before us all. ” “As far as you know, then, ” I said, “none of the girls of the house were put with Milo. ” “As far as I know, not, ” she said. “But surely there would be no cause for secrecy about such a matter, ” I said. “I would not think so, ” she said. “Milo was important in the house, ” I said. “He is famous.

    Magicians of Gor

  • Rick, Bernard, Bill, Mike, Gerry, Ian, and Blockhead—I rolled a lucky seven when I was put with these guys.

    Paradise General

  • After she was purchased by Perry for Mr. De Lisle, as I have before related, she was taken to his plantation and put with a gang of field-slaves, where her fatigue, privations, and sufferings were severe, almost beyond description.

    Life and Opinions of Julius Melbourn; with Sketches of the Lives and Characters of Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, John Randolph, and Several Other Eminent American Statesmen

  • Her voice was not the strong, wild, catlike growl I would have put with her face and stance.

    Eclipse

  • On account of what he had read, rather than what he had learnt, at Buckfastleigh, he took a very high place, and was put with boys far older than himself.

    The Life of Froude

  • Little Rolf was completely mollified after a hearty meal, and was put with his mother to enjoy most unbroken slumbers in Fleda's room.

    Queechy

  • On the contrary, that's probably why she did not go put with other men and refused to double-date with Celia.

    Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry

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