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  • One uv 'em's a hoss-doctor, an' t'other's a perfessor uv religion, Colonel Bangem telled me.

    Lippincott's Magazine, August, 1885

  • Keep your heyes on t'other's, and that will help you to judge the distance.

    Dr. Jolliffe's Boys

  • You've got two notes at present, and one's a squeak and t'other's a grumble.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • I got to eat it though, and like as not t'other's the same.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • Fust one feller's nag would come home freighted with perspiration and glory, and then t'other's.

    The Depot Master

  • And t'other's the gray mare, and blamed if she didn't git cast last night and use up her off hind leg so's she can't step.

    The Depot Master

  • We don't write many letters because time each get t'other's, the news is so plaguey old 'tain't news at all.

    Cap'n Dan's Daughter

  • Each one of 'em seems to know exactly what their own job is and just as exactly where it leaves off and t'other's job begins.

    Kent Knowles: Quahaug

  • Go straight back o 'the barn 'bout a hundred paces; on the hill are two bunches of stuff piled up, one's wood, t'other's dried grass an' stuff.

    The Watchers of the Plains A Tale of the Western Prairies

  • When all's said an 'done, t'other's a foreigner, as you might say, from the far side o' the Duchy: an 'if old

    Hocken and Hunken


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