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We present radio interferometric observations of two irregular galaxies that were candidates for having unusually extended HI emission. The galaxies, UGC 199 and DDO 26, otherwise appeared to be normal, low-luminosity systems with modest star-formation rates. To a detection limit of 2--3E19 /cm^2 at a resolution of about 50", however, the HI around neither galaxy is unusually extended compared to other irregulars. The HI around UGC 199 appears as a regular, symmetric distribution with regulardoi:10.1086/340073 fatcat:kqmi7adkincv5jitceqbn3byiq