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Treasure Island
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  • I had no time to try my other pistol, nor indeed much inclination, for I was sure it would be useless.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • What with the steepness of the incline, the thick tree stumps, and the soft sand, he and his crutch were as helpless as a ship in stays.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Some of the man's money—if he had any—was certainly due to us, but it was not likely that our captain's shipmates, above all the two specimens seen by me, Black Dog and the blind beggar, would be inclined to give up their booty in payment of the dead man's debts.  (not reviewed by editor)

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