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The jokes and drinks, which curiously resemble each other, are the best.

Many were the jokes among the Crows about the one–eyed Besha, and his one–eyed slave.

The Prairie-BirdCharles Augustus Murray

I can never tell you of the eating and the drinking, the songs that were sung and the jokes that went around the table.

I do not mind that: it is his jokes I cannot bear; they make me so sorry and miserable for him.

When the tumult of cheers and jokes had somewhat died down, McIntyre repeated his question, but without receiving an answer.

Jack the Young CowboyGeorge Bird Grinnell

"He seems to be prouder of his Ford jokes than of his signal work," laughed Roy.

Tom Slade at Temple CampPercy K. Fitzhugh

For he is forever making them things,--kites and tops, and sleds and boats, and jokes and happiness and laughter.

Half-Past Seven StoriesRobert Gordon Anderson

Well, my worthy dealer in minever, what do you say now to the Lorraine jokes?

Catherine de' MediciHonore de Balzac

First, we must allow for jokes, then for illusions of memory.

He chatted with the landlady; and even told anecdotes interspersed with jokes and puns that Hippolyte did not understand.

Madame BovaryGustave Flaubert


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