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Pour quite a lot out of this bottle into the cup, fill it up.

"I could get a lot out o' thee," he said after the inspection.

Starlings he had made a lot out of, but that was all past and over.

She'll capsize if she ships another before you get this lot out.

To be a cashier, though worthy, is not to be a nabob, but a bachelor can save a lot out of over twenty years of regular salary.

Besides, the Brooklyn Handicap has taken a lot out of their mare; they may find that she'll go back after it.

You see, he superintended a lot out in India, when we had mules and camels to carry our baggage.

Before the crashed machine was in, the first lot out began to home to the 'drome.

Dick, very much at his ease in Sion, would have court-martialled and cashiered the lot out of hand.

"Now you had better get over to your corner and grind that lot out, Chetwode," he said pleasantly.

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