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  • Paw and Hank and Joe -- outlaws all, he would have sworn would get what Casey called their needin's.

    The Trail of the White Mule

  • An 'when the fightin' was at its worst, I got anxious about you; figured as you might be badly wounded an 'needin' help, or -- or even that you might be killed.

    Kiddie the Scout

  • But, you got to recollect that most of the jury, picked out at random, is in the same boat -- loose, an 'needin' killin ', which they know as well as you an' me do, an 'consequent ain't a-goin' to establish no oncomfortable precedent.

    The Texan A Story of the Cattle Country

  • Consequently, they thought her a bit flighty, an 'needin' o 'some restriction.

    Nancy McVeigh of the Monk Road

  • An 'her ol' man is awful sick in Red Creek an 'needin' a doc in a hurry -- or not any.

    Man to Man

  • Someway yer name's got out as bein 'single an' needin 'takin' keer of, an 'I reckon this here

    Lovey Mary

  • All of them are Catholics, takin 'up lots of room an' needin 'the prunin'-knife pretty often, but bringin' cheer and brightness to the whole garden when it needs it most.

    Lovey Mary

  • "Well, now, any time yuh see CASEY RYAN gummin '' is grub an 'needin' a nap after dinner --"

    The Trail of the White Mule

  • a little bit true; but it ain't true; it's on'y a big lie, when ye'r scared out o 'your wits an' needin 'to know.

    Two Little Savages Being the adventures of two boys who lived as Indians and what they learned

  • "Ye hevna ony sair tribble; ye're juist trachled wi 'hard wark an' needin 'a rest.

    A Doctor of the Old School — Complete


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