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As I Lay Dying
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pallet -- as in: loaded the pallet
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As I Lay Dying
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  • I used to lie on the pallet in the hall, waiting until I could hear them all asleep, so I could get up and go back to the bucket.
  • They made a pallet for him with quilts on top of the coffin and laid him on it and set his tools by him, and we put my team in and hauled the wagon about a mile down the road.
  • We lie on the pallet, with our legs in the moon.
  • There is about it that un-mistakable air of definite and imminent departure that trains have, perhaps due to the fact that Dewey Dell and Vardaman on the seat and Cash on a pallet in the wagon bed are eating bananas from a paper bag.
  • So Jewel got the team and come for me and they fixed me a pallet in the wagon and we drove across the square to the corner where pa said, and we was waiting there in the wagon, with Dewey Dell and Vardaman eating bananas, when we see them coming up the street.
  • It is not about pa and it is not about Cash and it is not about Jewel and it is not about Dewey Dell and it is not about me Dewey Dell and I are going to sleep on the pallet It is on the back porch, where we can see the barn, and the moon shines on half of the pallet and we will lie half in the white and half in the black, with the moonlight on our legs.
  • It is not about pa and it is not about Cash and it is not about Jewel and it is not about Dewey Dell and it is not about me Dewey Dell and I are going to sleep on the pallet It is on the back porch, where we can see the barn, and the moon shines on half of the pallet and we will lie half in the white and half in the black, with the moonlight on our legs.

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  • The warehouse permits stacking three pallets high.
  • By and by I heard the king and the duke come up; so I rolled off my pallet and laid with my chin at the top of my ladder, and waited to see if anything was going to happen.
    Mark Twain  --  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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