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His name was Lefty something-or-other, and he was about the sneakiest stool the department had.
Brass—or-molu—gilt platinum to give it weight; this is from Birmingham, not from Australia, nor nature.
Everything else-even endowments given by private persons a few years before the Act was passed-was swept away.
He wandered else-whither, and came to something afterwards, poor Spaen.
He wuz very peart and sassy, and it was take-it-or-leave-it-and-be-plaguey- quick-about-it all the time.
Meanwhile the whale had made what appeared to be a grand and final neck-or-nothing rush in the direction of the shore.
Amatory, am′at-or-i, adj. relating to or causing love: affectionate.
Amorous, am′or-us, adj. easily inspired with love: fondly in love (with of): relating to love.
Aphorism, af′or-izm, n. a concise statement of a principle in any science: a brief, pithy saying: an adage.
Old bonefishermen almost invariably use heavy tackle—stiff rods and twelve-or fifteen-thread lines.

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