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American Society of Transplant Surgeons
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Doctor Jackson don’t warm up none, and he asts a million questions.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

I asts you to set yere an’ read a chapter out of ‘is yere book.
J. Poindexter, Colored Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb

She asts me a lot of questions, and I had to lie to her a good deal, but I got the grub.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

Ef any of ’em asts the news, thes say they’s a leak in Sugar Creek.
Mingo Joel Chandler Harris

When they all look to be in a good humour he holds up a bill and asts how many has them.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

Whilst I was sizing them up he asts me agin was they any corn salve ones in there.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

And when Elmira come along down the road, she seen me by the gate a-crying, and she asts me why.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

I asts him, thinking if he wasn’t one it might take his mind off himself a little to tell me.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

The feller had been talking like he was a lawyer, so I asts him what crime we was charged with.
Danny’s Own Story Don Marquis

She finally makes up her mind it’s a bran’-new one, an’ sends fer Jud an’ asts him what he knows about it.
The Spinner’s Book of Fiction Various

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