Then they gets up and shakes theirselves till the bus jerks them back again, and there they are, a more 'opeless 'EAP than ever.
I notice theres a EAP of wire all round it, said Pug, and bobbed his head down hastily at the whizz of a couple of bullets.
Mr. Hearty turned and concentrated his gaze upon what the old man had described as "that there muck 'EAP."
I ain't 'ad a bite since yesterday—an' 't wa'n't nothin' but a slice o' polony sossidge I found on a dust-'EAP.
They'll 'ave photos of you in the papers, all the broken bits in a 'EAP, fac-similiar as found on the spot.
"It struck me all of a 'EAP," said Mrs. Silk, rolling her handkerchief into a ball and placing it in her lap.
I didn't tell what I should, though I nearly got the words out a 'EAP of times.
I ain't arter you're doin' nuffin' fur me, sir; but I ken do a 'EAP fur you!