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But piracy in the far future, when presented as vividly as in this story, can be scary stuff.
They said they had heard that "soldiers had come to catch we," and "we were scary."
And the scenery-wavery stuff and the warped Park-sounds were scary too.
Mrs. Cow's ten times as big as Katie Cottontail, but she's just as scary.
It took more than that, although he was a scary little chap.
Theres a vacant bedreally, thats one reason why the room is so scary.
The scary rabbit is an impetuous, tyrannous and jealous lover.
It is scary and most spooky at night, but by day it is so old, so massive, so grand.
He was sure wild and scary of railroads, towns, or a strange house.
Knowing how scary he naturally was, I gave but little faith to him.
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