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Sir, no man should enter the door of a public-house without paying his lawing.'
RED GAUNTLETSIR WALTER SCOTT
I never yet lodged in a hostelrie, But I paid my lawing before I gaed.
I hastened through my breakfast, paid my lawing, and ordered out my horse.
They're worth more than all the lawing Gray and Vanrevel have ever done or ever will do.
THE TWO VANREVELSBOOTH TARKINGTON
"I would that that part of your duty relating to the hock-sinewing, and lawing of mastiffs, could be discontinued," said Richard.
THE LANCASHIRE WITCHESWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Jeanie courteously declined the tankard, and inquired what was her "lawing?"
He didn't have so much real estate lawing and got more criminal practice.
IN OUR TOWNWILLIAM ALLEN WHITE
Gradually, after much shooting and lawing, we parcelled out the range and settled down covering practically the whole State.
We have no time for lawing, and if we did, the shysters would get it all.

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