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In this republican country, amid the fluctuating waves of our social life, somebody is always at the drowning-point.
We say, of course," somebody exclaimed, "that they give two turns
But Tom give him five cents to keep quiet, and said we would all go home and meet next week, and rob somebody and kill some people.
A gory knife had been found close to the murdered man, and it had been recognized by somebody as be- longing to Muff Potter -- so the story ran.
He said he had been so lonesome, and it was such a comfort to him to have company, and somebody to talk to in his troubles.
Somebody had placed her, several years back, at Mrs.
I went on, by finding suddenly that somebody was in the middle of a song.
or is she somebody else's pretty wife run away with somebody else's man?
After a little while of silence, he said he thought somebody might read a prayer.
But just at that moment somebody knocked at the front door, and Moppet jumped into the flour barrel in a fright
I am very glad you have somebody who thinks of these things.
Yes (exclaimed I) I cannot help thinking it must be somebody who knocks for admittance.

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