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- Tom, as you have observed, was never an exception among boys for ease of address; but the difficulty of enunciating a monosyllable in reply to Mr. or Mrs. Stelling was so great, that he even dreaded to be asked at table whether he would have more pudding.2.1 -- Book 2 Chapter 1 -- Tom's "First Half" (6% in)
- "Ah!" he went on, with a long-drawn guttural enunciation, taking out his snuff-box, the only luxury he had left himself, and tapping it with something of his old air of defiance.5.6 -- Book 5 Chapter 6 -- The Hard-Won Triumph (63% in)
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