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P'r'aps I don't put it very well, but it is the stony fact, isn't it, Mrs. Crozier?
But p'r'aps ye don't want the black folks t' eat off'n the same things ye do yerselves.
MARY LOUISE IN THE COUNTRYL. FRANK BAUM (AKA EDITH VAN DYNE)
P'r'aps he isn't a fool; but even wise men is foolish sometimes.'
MARY LOUISE IN THE COUNTRYL. FRANK BAUM (AKA EDITH VAN DYNE)
P'r'aps I shall meet you again one o' these days, or nights, and I shall know ye in ten thousand.
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
"P'r'aps it doesn't really matter," whispered Angela, who could not bear to hear her mother spoken harshly of.
THE CARROLL GIRLSMABEL QUILLER-COUCH
P'r'aps if we kept on at it we might get to understand better, and we might get some nice books in time.
THE CARROLL GIRLSMABEL QUILLER-COUCH
P'r'aps by the morning I'll have finked of something very nice—then won't you be glad?
THE CARROLL GIRLSMABEL QUILLER-COUCH
"P'r'aps 'tis just as well," replied the other man, with a chuckle.
Still, I hear he's well off, and p'r'aps he'll have people to stop with him.
A CHANGE OF AIRANTHONY HOPE
"Per'aps you wants to make 'im a wissit," he continued, with lofty sarcasm.
THE MASTER KEYL. FRANK BAUM

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