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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"If you have learned pelief you haf learned somedings.
He haf found him when he was a child-der orang-outang-und he was child and brother and opera comique all round to Bertran.
Vy, I haf never took a case in my life so sheap as dot.
"Gott in Himmel, vot for haf you brought me to a place like dis?
"I shud sartenly haf kaled on you a cordin too mi prommiss haddunt
sur if ani boddi ad tolde mee yesterday, that I shud haf bin in so
Pooterage, for ze laty, what you haf done with her.
The little back is too young to haf such heaviness."
"But he haf der beautiful body--ach, Gott, der beautiful body!-- stronger as der ox, k-vicker as der tiger-cat, der head cooler as der ice-box, der eyes vat see eferytings, k-vick, just like dat.
Uggug, having filled his basket with frogs, had no objection to obey, and soon appeared in the room, followed by a fierce-looking little man, who asked the Vice-Warden "Vot music vill you haf?"
The farmer and his wife loved this little girl very much but she caused them great trouble by running away into the woods and they often spent haf days looking for her.
Brezendly, ven I haf dze zilver bolished und my odder dudies zo numerous berformed, I do Herr Blazzervig vil vith von liddle szdory vich you do know go.