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- Give Call a grievance, however silly, and he would save it like money.Chapters 1-2 (24% in)
- "Call, if you want better food you have to start by shooting Bolivar," Augustus said, reminded of his own grievance against the cook.Chapters 1-2 (52% in)
- He had gone down to the saloon to get an ax someone had borrowed and not returned, and while he was getting the ax he heard a young woman crying out words and grievances to someone who was with her in her room.Chapters 11-12 (58% in)
- He began to feel more and more of a grievance against more and more people.Chapters 36-37 (63% in)
There are no more uses of "grievance" in Lonesome Dove.
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