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We shall all have to smoke 'em that way if our noble republic is busted up.

Some new company had it made for their machinery and they busted up.

They'd see that in a minute, 'cause we busted up that cement considerable.

"You busted up our breakfast," said the Kid, in an aggrieved tone.

His hand, his left—no, I mean his right hand got busted up plenty.

It was stored away, for the company that had "busted up," as Mart sometimes called it, had no further use for it.

I suffered him ter bust up my old still 'cause I knowed ther new one was a-comin', but now he's busted up ther new one, too.

"I've busted up me pants again," cheerfully announced Andrew from the doorway—misfortunes never come singly.

Many a good, honest, piratical enterprise has been busted up by concealment and lack of confidence.

The old fashioned meetings is busted up into a thousand different kinds of churches and only one God to look after them.

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