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ND: I think I was always achievement-oriented—I worked hard for good grades in grammar school and high school.
ND: In my very junior days, I was one of the few women pitching for a New York bank in Texas.
"We need to take advantage of this a[nd] write a statement saying he's right on," she wrote.
She go tu class party 'nd ent give dam vat das Frankling faller say.At Good Old Siwash|George Fitch
A tourist camp is one-half mile E. on ND 23, a graveled highway.North Dakota|Various
"Why, I've got the baby," says he; 'nd as he said it the tears come up into his eyes.
I hed been prutty posperous,—hed got past hevin' to ride in a caboose 'nd git out at every stop to punch up the steers.
"Thank ye, Mr. Goodhue," says he, 'nd he choked all up as he moved off with that yaller little baby in his arms.