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Come ahead on de outside-- now we's pinted for Sent Louis, en I's outer de woods en ain't got to drown myself at all.
Besides, why should we want to shoot you when you have just offered to drown yourself?
Now, then, what we have to do is to hoist the redskin on to it and leave her here to drown.
I still doubted whether it would be possible for such a swimmer as I was to drown himself.
I determined to try if a good swimmer could drown himself.
Having repeated them several times with various intonations, she sprang into the water, where she was suffered to drown.
He jumped into the pond to drown himself once and then changed his mind and swum out again.
The soothsayer, however, shall eat and drink at my side: and verily, I will yet show him a sea in which he can drown himself
Even just the same common sort of joy which seamen generally have, after they are got safe ashore from a shipwreck, which they drown all in the next bowl of punch, and forget almost as soon as it is over; and all the rest of my life was like it.
Every year thousands of children drown in backyard pools, spas, bathtubs and even at the beach.
WASHINGTON MP Sharon Hodgson has backed the Royal Life Saving Society's new campaign Don't Drink and Drown.
WASHINGTON MP Sharon Hodgson has backed the Royal Life Saving Society's (RLSS) new campaign Don't Drink and Drown.