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Then she stomped round 'n' slat the dish-rag, but 't wa'n't no use.

This shoot is tied to the central wire or slat and is now allowed to fruit.

Then she started back for the caves taking the slat of wood with her as a trophy.

Signa asked permission to sleep on the slat lounge outside her door.

He made the handle from the end of a slat on the bed in the room which I occupied that night.

Leopold and Stumpy had nothing to do but pull them in and "slat" them off as fast as they could.

One screw is used at each joint of a slat and shelf which calls for 32 screws in all.

There was no mistake about it, for Mr. Hector Pellicoes card was nailed to a slat.

In the Danish, "Slat" means to slop, and it is said, "He slat the water up and down."

"I do believe that old crow has a slat loose," reflected the trapper.

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