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Well Phillips says it wasn’t for sale as speegles was scarce in Germany on acct.
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Lee says he would of thought I would of enlisted in the navy on acct.
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Well Capt. Seeley wants us to get all the rest we can now on acct.
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And he said it was a cinch that Pershing realy wrote it on acct.
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Rowland to say if the game should be played or if he should call it off on acct.
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I hope they will one day or other be obliged to give an acct.
Pickle the Spy Andrew Lang

Well I was wild to go just for something to do but I been haveing trouble with my ears lately probably on acct.
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You misunderstood me if you thought I meant in so often mentioning our acct.
The True Benjamin Franklin Sydney George Fisher

I believe I wrote you before that the Demand made upon us on acct.
The True Benjamin Franklin Sydney George Fisher

Then they give us an hour of drilling and that was duck soup for me on acct.
Treat ’em Rough Ring W. Lardner

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