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  • The papers got thrun in the wind, after the polis come, in the ruggy-up that follied, looking for his license.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • "He thrun a dead codfish at me," protested McGuffey.

    Captain Scraggs or, The Green-Pea Pirates

  • How about that little tropic wild flower you carelessly plucked an 'thrun away?

    Captain Scraggs or, The Green-Pea Pirates

  • He kept shaking his head like a dog with a sore ear, vowing that if he found out "who thrun that basin" there would be an empty chair at the

    The Ridin' Kid from Powder River

  • It takes a man with sand to go around this country gettin 'pinched and thrun and burnt up and bein' arrested every time he goes to spit.

    Sundown Slim

  • Now I bruk jail -- hopped the Limited, took out me homesteader papers, got thrun off

    Sundown Slim

  • In fact he was willing to be thrun from -- er -- have his hoss step in a gopher-hole any day if the accident might terminate as pleasantly as had his late misfortune.

    Sundown Slim

  • Later, comin 'acrost the Mojave, we got thrun off a freight by mistake for a couple of sewin'-machines that we was ridin' with to

    Overland Red A Romance of the Moonstone Cañon Trail

  • "I see," said Mr. Dooley, "that th 'la-ad out in Kansas that thried to r-run a paper like what th' Lord wud r-run if he had lived in Topeka, has thrun up th 'job."

    Mr. Dooley's Philosophy

  • Well, I'd got as far down as th 'tariff an' was thryin 'f'r to express me opinyon without swearin', whin who shud come in but Lafferty, that was sicrety iv McMahon, that was th 'Main Guy in thim days, but aftherward thrun down on account iv him mixin' up between th 'Rorkes an' th 'Dorseys.

    Mr. Dooley's Philosophy


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