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So while you were having your fun there I was having mine here, and I had it good and plenty.

If they have to stroke 'em they do it plenty gingerly and you can see 'em shudderin' inside like.

I take it fried, about an inch thick, with plenty of ham fat.

We have found plenty of water, but no feed; this is better than having no water and plenty of feed.

Horses were very thirsty, but there is plenty of water for them.

There was plenty of water in the hole, which is about six feet deep.

Windich shot three emus that were coming to the water, and we all had plenty of them to eat.

Got plenty of water by digging a few holes in the springy places.

There are plenty of other people ready to fill in the shadows.

It must be a worldwide effort for the achievement of peace, plenty, and freedom.

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