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"General Grant hits and hammers, and I guess that's what war is," he said.

I'll bet two bits you don't know what that means, Pete; but it hits you off exactly.

I don't know how it hits you, Grant—but there's something fishy about it.

"But I think that hits all men," said Larcher, interrupting himself.

There a man cannot fail of God, but finds and hits upon him most certainly.

"He'll quit about the time he hits the head of the stretch," said Engle.

Soon both of them were soaked from top to bottom and it was impossible to count the hits.

He's been quiled up in his blankets with the rhoomatism ever since he hits camp.

He can hear an echo as the sound bounces around and hits a “drum.”

The Irish farmer is with the poet, who hits his harrowing anguish to a hair.

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