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  • The face of that simple-souled Swede took on such a look of wondering trouble that Dinky-Dunk deliberately and at great detail told of a ghost that had been repeatedly seen in an abandoned wickyup a little farther west in the province.

    The Prairie Wife

  • I brag about being busy, but I'm not the only busy person about this wickyup.

    The Prairie Wife

  • Next to an office-building of gray sandstone you're likely to spot what looks like a squatter's wickyup of rusty galvanized iron.

    The Prairie Child

  • a wickyup and for the first time realize that our first home was to be wiped off the map.

    The Prairie Wife

  • Were you kidnapped when you were a kid and run off into the wild wickyup of the forest, or how was it that you came to leave the Yankee reservation and eat the raw dog of the Sioux? "

    Remarks

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