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But my faver says it's un-man-ly to be always kissing, and I did n't fink you'd do vat, Coppy.
Fig. 20 shows a Fink truss, a characteristic early American type, with cast iron compression and wrought iron tension members.
This general description harmonizes with the apt figure used by that master mind in railway economics, Albert Fink.
Tisnt but a little mite of a persecute, when we fink about Jesuss, is it, mamma?
I fink the writing says, Miss Daisy Ransom, with somebody's respects.
NELLIE'S HOUSEKEEPINGJOANNA MATHEWS
But happily for us and the interest at stake, Dr. Fink, of R ——, proved to be a very sensible man.
THE LEAVENWORTH CASEANNA KATHERINE GREEN
"I fink it was like stepping out of a high window into the dark night," explained the little maid.
A BIG TEMPTATIONL. T. MEADE
Mike Fink was born in or near Pittsburg, where certain of his relatives still reside.
Among the most celebrated of these, every reader of western history will at once remember Mike Fink, the hero of his class.
Fink um wait till Massa Huggin bring all a men from two, free schooner.
HUNTING THE SKIPPERGEORGE MANVILLE FENN

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