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Page 734 of The New England Magazine Vol. 38, Issue 6 [page]

1908 The New England Magazine  
When you’ve got a job like that, you learn because you’ve got to learn. I’ve learned.” “You look it.” The young man’s manner grew more curt and firm as the facts against him accumulated.  ...  Rumors, carefully concocted, were sent broadcast through the assem- blage creating an uncertainty and sus- pense, a readiness to snatch at anything.  ... 

Page 70 of New McClure's Magazine Vol. 45, Issue 1 [page]

1915 New McClure's Magazine  
And besides, Fitz, you haven't had enough to do here. We're gonna get a man in who'll do twice the amount of work you've been doing, for half the money.  ...  No complaint at all. | But you're too valuable 2 man for the }amount of money we wanta pay. | Everybody under you, especially those ‘on the floor below with whom you have | nothing to do, has been doing  ... 

Page 393 of Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction Vol. 43, Issue 4 [page]

1904 Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction  
said Sam again. ‘“ Look here, you; you’ve made trouble enough. Now you're laid up, and you're laid up for a good long while. This ain’t any ordi- nary leg break.  ...  Here and there, where the bark had cracked or been abraded, hard- skinned blisters had exuded. These, when pricked, yielded a liquid gum potent in healing.  ... 

Page 393 of Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction Vol. 43, Issue 4 [page]

1904 Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction  
said Sam again. “ Look here, you; you’ve made trouble enough. Now you're laid up, and you’re laid up for a good long while. This ain’t any ordi- nary leg break.  ...  Here and there, where the bark had cracked or been abraded, hard- skinned blisters had exuded. These, when pricked, yielded a liquid gum potent in healing.  ... 

Page 166 of McMillan's Magazine Vol. 9, Issue 50 [page]

1863 McMillan's Magazine  
Gang you and look after his kist, and see that a thing’s right; and him and me will have our crack the time you're away.  ...  the farmer, inter- fering, “you've said your part.  ... 

Page 114 of Munsey's Magazine Vol. 83, Issue 1 [page]

1924 Munsey's Magazine  
Jennsen obeyed, and with almost sus- picious promptness. “'You’ve been ashore all the time!”  ...  I made Siru what it was, and got hounded off it. Now the old sand is under my hoofs again.” “And you're starting in by making the Kanakas drunk! Hear ’em? That’s a fine thing for you to do!”  ... 

Page 548 of Munsey's Magazine Vol. 76, Issue 3 [page]

1922 Munsey's Magazine  
She was putting up bags of black-eyed peas when he set the broom in a corner and went over to the counter. “ Well, now,” he began cheerfully, “ let’s see how much business you’ve done this afternoon.  ...  V THE screen door had opened and closed, admitting a man so quietly that Barry would have been unaware of his approach if the spring had not squeaked.  ... 

Page 666 of Munsey's Magazine Vol. 30, Issue 5 [page]

1904 Munsey's Magazine  
Cracks with any implement that came handy were the order of the day when the tempest had risen, but on calm days Lady Harriet had been carelessly indul- gent and, in her way, affectionate to the girls.  ...  mused Sophy. “ Now, Sophy, that’s no business of yours,” said poor Suzette, endeavoring to do good. “ You’ve no business . “Well, I don’t see any harm in it, Miss Bligh.  ... 

Page 61 of Everybody's Magazine Vol. 55, Issue 6 [page]

1926 Everybody's Magazine  
“There’s a little matter of unfinished business I want to notify you of,” he pur¬ sued, his eyes shining like a cat’s in the dark. “You talk too damn much, and you’re a complete and total fool.  ...  Furthermore, you’ve directed too much of your chatter at me.  ... 

Page 48 of New McClure's Magazine Vol. 52, Issue 11 [page]

1920 New McClure's Magazine  
Everybody looked astonished It was the first joke Grouch had ever been known to crack. “It’s the reaction from the fear of losing his job made him do that,”’ thought Kimball.  ...  now.  ... 

Page 471 of New Outlook Vol. 14, Issue 23 [page]

1876 New Outlook  
Besides, you've just been married.”  ...  ‘*Look here, now, young man,” said the cap- tain, “ yow re cracking on too much steam.  ... 

Page 267 of Smith's Magazine Vol. 9, Issue 2 [page]

1909 Smith's Magazine  
“Doc,” he declared, “I’ve been round the world some and I’m a pretty lib- eral fellow in my ideas.  ...  Cap’n Sproul stepped up and took him by his sus- penders, one in each hand, not rudely, but in patronizing, conciliatory fash- ion.  ... 

Page 63 of New McClure's Magazine Vol. 52, Issue 10 [page]

1920 New McClure's Magazine  
Men are all liars and women make them su You're hanging round my camp, making a bluff of work.” “IT deny that.  ...  by the hollow cracks of a rolling rock.  ... 

Page 35 of Book News Monthly Vol. 33, Issue 2 [page]

1914 Book News Monthly  
and you’ve stood all this! Well, the den—the den! Let’s have the plan now, for gra- cious sake, Mr. MacIntyre.”  ...  “That’s right,’ I had been a little afraid for him in the matrimonial line; he was so genial and fetch- ing, any girl would consider him a good snap. “Well, Thursday doesn’t seem to suit—say Friday.”  ... 

Page 26 of Everybody's Magazine Vol. 47, Issue 6 [page]

1922 Everybody's Magazine  
Now, look here, Be’trice Gormley, and listen to me; I ain’t no fool, and I don’t have to listen at no cracks—” (“What bad grammar she uses!” thought Be’trice irrelevantly. “And her a teacher, too!”)  ...  The marmer of stating it had been more forthright than customar>' to a young girl. And she was at the utter disadvantage of one who is not only in the wrong but has cherished an imworthy sus¬ picion.  ... 
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