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- If the young thrusting plant withered in drought or drowned in a flood of rain, it was no more to the driver than to the tractor.Chapter 5 (58% in)
- I seen one where it's hot an' fine, an' walnut trees an' berries; an' right behind, close as a mule's ass to his withers, they's a tall up mountain covered with snow.Chapter 17 (82% in)
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