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  • ’Ye wean’t get bread and butther ev’ry neight, I expect, mun,’ said Mr Browdie, after he had sat staring at Nicholas a long time over the empty plate.
  • ’Noo, foller me, and when thee get’st ootside door, turn to the right, and they wean’t see thee pass.’
  • ’He wean’t, he wean’t.
  • ’He wean’t, he wean’t.
  • She wean’t be a bride in a hurry, I reckon.’
  • ’It wean’t hurt him,’ said John, apparently very much relieved by the prospect of having a man in the quarrel; ’let’ un eat.
  • I wont to do this neighbourly loike, and let them think thee’s gotten awa’ o’ theeself, but if he cooms oot o’ thot parlour awhiles theer’t clearing off, he mun’ have mercy on his oun boans, for I wean’t.
  • If this news aboot ’un has reached school today, the old ’ooman wean’t have a whole boan in her boddy, nor Fanny neither.’

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  • Worldwide, most babies are weaned much later, but in the US, fewer than 20% of babies are still nursing when they are six months old.
  • She weaned her baby when he was three months old and started him on cow’s milk.

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