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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He's larned not to thry an' light his see-gar at th' ilicthric light.
After lunch they all went off to the Rookery, which was at the other side of the park from Gar Wood.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
We have other places in the neighbourhood to show you quite as pretty as Gar Wood.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
In one pool at station C-1 hundreds of young buffalo and gar were observed.
When bairns are young they gar their parents' heads ache; when they are auld they make their hearts break.
He wald gar a man trow that the moon is made of green cheis, or the cat took the heron.
They and their contiguous swamps are the great habitat of the alligator and the fresh-water shark—the gar.
Here's An'ra, sir, come to speir efter the yoong minister and Isy: am I to gar him come in?
SALTED WITH FIREGEORGE MACDONALD
"How strange it is that men will angle after that ugly hussy, when she poisons them," was the oft-repeated remark of the gar-fish.
JAPANESE FAIRY WORLDWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
By gar, I coot naut resist—he vos so vairy moche gentilman and I vos so ongrie—I go vis him—not fife hunder yarts—ah!

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