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And ’tis seven years ago since I saw them before, and ‘twill be seven years before I will see them again.
But once the story of the White Horse of Banba is told, ‘twill keep ringing in your ears till the dawn of your doom.’
"'Twill be the change of air makes Sir Rowland matutinal," said Diana, making a gallant recovery from her agitation.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
Wear my white linen—it's perfectly fresh, and 'twill fit you, I'm sure.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
"'Twill be somethin' good for Miss Nelly then," Bridget replied sagely.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
There's no tellin' how long 'twill be before the bay freezes over.
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If 'tis, 'twill be the end of she, but we'll be makin' out as fine as can be without she.
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"'Twill be easier'n packin' the outfit on our backs," remarked Toby.
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"Aye, lad, 'twill warm you up," agreed Skipper Zeb heartily.
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And then 'twill soon be time for the sealin' and fishin' again.
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