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In my country we do not—that is, we who are of my class—we do not consider it a crime to smuggle—ah, well, a few cigars.
I would have paid a week's subscription to have been able to smuggle the 'Examiner' into my hand at that moment.
TALES OF THE TRAINSCHARLES JAMES LEVER
I know, indeed, you are accustom'd to smuggle with these Rebels of mine.
BENJAMIN FRANKLINFRANK LUTHER MOTT
Hes going to smuggle them over to the tailors and have em cleaned.
LEFT HALF HARMONRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Here he has only got to smuggle himself in, there he had to bring back something like a ton of oranges.
They had seen Peter smuggle Mittens into bed the second time, but had supposed he must have escaped and followed Betsy out.
THE WONDERFUL BEDGERTRUDE KNEVELS
Then he slipped out the back way and prevailed upon Bongras to smuggle him up to Mr. Cortwright's rooms.
Jack returned with one of the precious bottles they had contrived to smuggle past the police at the Landing.
THE HUNTRESSHULBERT FOOTNER
Therefore, if you can smuggle the stuff over you make a profit of two shillings a glass.
THE PIT PROP SYNDICATEFREEMAN WILLS CROFTS
Opening the banjo case he produced, not only a banjo, but a box of candy, which he had managed to smuggle into it.
NEIGHBOURSROBERT STEAD

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