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If the West stopped producin' men fur you, you'd be as bad off as if it stopped producin' food.
Too bad, though—you certainly need a wife to take the conceit out of you.
Then all I can say is, that when you lose it you'll be in a bad pickle.
I couldn't begin to tell you all the bad things he did when he was a boy.
"That's bad," said the station-master, in a tone of sympathy.
I'm afraid of myself, even in spite of our affairs being so bad.
But I've known every bad place in it, and I've religiously put in your "Come, come, child!"
And that poor little Florence Akemit, isn't it too bad about her.
"Too bad she ain't got a few more millions," said Uncle Peter, ruminantly.
I was glad to meet the party again, although we were in a bad position.
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