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  • ‘True, squoire,’ said Crumb, laughing with his whole face.

    The Way We Live Now

  • You ask Mixet, squoire, — him as is baker down Bardsey Lane.

    The Way We Live Now

  • We saw how it was to be when he first looked out of his eye at the two post-office gents, and others who spoke up for the young squoire.

    John Caldigate

  • ‘This is as it should be, squoire,’ said Ralph Holt, who was going about in his Sunday clothes, as though it was a day much too sacred for muck and work.

    John Caldigate

  • ‘And I minds when the squoire was borned; minds it well,’ said an old farmer sitting opposite.

    Doctor Thorne

  • ~ Did I ever tell 'ee, bor, about t' new squoire o 'these parts -- him wot cum hum yesterday from furren lands?

    Happy Days

  • Did I ever tell 'ee, bor, about t' new squoire o 'these parts -- him wot cum hum yesterday from furren lands?

    The Holiday Round

  • Do'e tell squoire we longs to heer from him, and has dootings about his not writing himself, and Lieftenant

    The Waverley

  • It belongs to the squoire now, and he takes good keer o 'all

    A Red Wallflower

  • 'That moight come in handy by-and-by; -- moightn't it, squoire?' said John

    The Way We Live Now

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