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Consequently this place could be really reckoned as "property"; it had a money value, and was doubtless taxed.
I asked her if she reckoned Tom Sawyer would go there, and she said not by a considerable sight.
Well, when it 'uz a little pas' midnight, as I reckoned, en I had come fifteen or twenty mile, I see de lights o' a steamboat layin' at de bank, whah dey warn't no town en no woodyard, en putty soon I ketched de shape o' de chimbly tops ag'in' de stars, en den good gracious me, I 'most jumped out o' my skin for joy
I reckoned Tom would fly at his aunt and hug her head off; but if you believe me he set there like a rock, and never said a word.
You laugh; laugh away, gentlemen, but only answer me: have man's advantages been reckoned up with perfect certainty?
I don't know why; I just wanted to, I guess; and I reckoned I might as well die dishwashing as die their way.