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A long cleek laid his ball off the green, a good approach stopped a little short of the hole, and the put went down.
A drive with a wooden club is almost sure to carry into the swamp, and only a careful cleek shot is safe.
Booverman sighted the hole, and then took his stance; but the cleek in his hand shook like an aspen.
No, but Cleek of what do you call your quarters—eh—ah—Scot-land Yard—eh—yes, he might!
If there were geraniums and fuchsias much would depend upon it, Cleek had murmured.
"Oh, that doesn't matter," replied Cleek, knocking out his pipe against his heel.
Cleek had no opportunity to reply, for at that moment the quiet of the country was suddenly broken by the sharp Honk!
Cleek was as convinced of Captain Paul Sandringham's death as if he had stood by and seen him killed.
Cleek decided that never in his life had he seen a mother and daughter who bore so little resemblance to each other.
Mr. Narkom glanced at Cleek; and Cleek catching that glance from the tail of his eye began to smoke hard.

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