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When he had stood for a moment in the rain and darkness, feeling the soft mud squdge up between his claws, and when he had roared a bit, because he felt so wild and free, Nero sneaked off in the darkness toward some trees and bushes, which he had seen in a flash of lightning.
"Don't squdge me too fur," repeated Mr. Luce, clinging to the most expressive warning he could muster just then.
"Well, lemme give you jest one hint that it ain't safe to squdge me too fur!"
"You want to look out you don't squdge me too fur in this," said Mr. Luce, warningly.
"You can squdge me only so fur and no furder," asserted Luce, sullenly, holding down his loose upper lip with his yellow teeth as though to keep it from flapping in the wind.
"First 't was a mere squdge in which ne'er a livin 'thing cud be found.