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De kin' what makes de lame fer to walk, and de blin' fer to see, an' de daid fer to riz up outen their daid col' graves.The Faith Healer|William Vaughn Moody
Then she had ordered Blin to clean it, which the latter did, scrubbing it out with sand and ashes.She Stands Accused|Victor MacClure
In 1801, Lebon was called to Paris, as attache in the service of Blin, engineer in chief of pavements.
Miss Blin knew it perfectly well without being told; but she wouldn't have pretended that she did, for all the world.
Aunt Blin pulled the paper off with one hand, holding Bartholomew fast under the other arm.