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  • The steps came creaking up the stairs—the intolerable distress of the situation woke the stricken resolution of the lads—they were about to spring for the closet, when there was a crash of rotten timbers and Injun Joe landed on the ground amid the debris of the ruined stairway.

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  • He swept up the debris.
  • Debris from floods had caught in the limbs,
    Wilson Rawls  --  Where the Red Fern Grows

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