Correct spelling for WHENT
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"whet your whistle, jim," said ben, "for this is a long yarn."
You must come with me at once and choose a wet nurse."
"this is against the law," whined the man, beads of sweat standing on his forehead.
Why, what do you want?
Presently he said:- wen folks 'gin ter git ole en no 'count, hit look lak der 'membunce git slack.
Lewis drew nearer, and heard ravishing voices sing the following words:- traveller from earth below, wend thee not farther, in our hall's magic glow bide with us rather.
The year afterwards the king led in person the siege of ghent.
The gardener, whom i shall now call the muleteer, was a little, hearty, broad-set, good-natured, chattering, toping kind of a fellow, who troubled his head very little with the hows and whens of life; so had mortgaged a month of his conventical wages in a borrachio, or leathern cask of wine, which he had disposed behind the calesh, with a large russet-coloured riding-coat over it, to guard it from the sun; and as the weather was hot, and he not a niggard of his labours, walking ten times more than he rode-he found more occasions than those of nature, to fall back to the rear of his carriage; till by frequent coming and going, it had so happen'd, that all his wine had leak'd out at the legal vent of the borrachio, before one half of the journey was finish'd.
And what was mrs. bardell like?
"you and mollie will be better without me," she went on.
Yonge, c. m. peter and wendy.
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If you weren't half a fish, you'd never have come to, that's all there is of that.
Across the fields of young green wheat ran waves of the spring wind, murmuring and sighing, while the dust of blossoms wheeled, and rose and fell in the last soft rays of the going sun.
"it won't do, baxter," went on the other.
"you wont be a true woman if you don't follow it, sooner or later, my dear fleda," said mrs. evelyn.
It could only be, after all, the question of a little more or a little less profit, and she, who had never had any money, knew that the possession of it never makes a woman one whit the happier.
The bright french afternoon waned without bringing them back, yet mr. dosson still revolved about the court till he might have been taken for a valet de place hoping to pick up custom.
I almost vent the feeling of my heart in cries.
Unto the queen he spake: we must unto our land; by the rhine, i ween, we be unwelcome guests.
"there when it happened?