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They snarled the stereotyped phrases necessary for the conduct of the game.
Shed better take in washing, or go out to days workthats what shed better do, snarled the old man.
"I'd like t' kill th' whole lay-out as she sleeps," snarled the cook, shaking his fist.
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"You've no right to take such high-handed action," snarled the master of the tug.
The Mexican snarled, made a move as though to reach for his knife, then sullenly obeyed and stood aside.
"I can't smoke, either," he snarled, hitching the shawls around until he looked like Richard the Third.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS
But he snarled up at me like a startled animal, and I was obliged to go to bed and toss about and speculate.
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"Don't take any lip from the young imps," snarled the other.
Well, it was worse snarled up than you two children had any idea of.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
"I'll show you what I've got to say," snarled the cowboy, starting for Tad.

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