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1  My heart jumped up amongst my lungs.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain
Get Context   In CHAPTER VIII.
2  I jumped in, and was off in a hurry.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XI.
3  Then the men see them, and jumped on their horses and took out after them.
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4  By and by he rolled out and jumped up on his feet looking wild, and he see me and went for me.
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5  I jumped into the canoe and run back to the stern, and grabbed the paddle and set her back a stroke.
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6  Then I jumped in the canoe and dug out for our place, a mile and a half below, as hard as I could go.
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7  Both of them gave a little jump, and looked like they hadn't ever expected it, and then like they had.
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8  He jumped up yelling, and the first thing the light showed was the varmint curled up and ready for another spring.
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9  It just keeps a body on the jump to keep you in shirts; and whatever you do manage to do with 'm all is more'n I can make out.'
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10  My nigger had a monstrous easy time, because I warn't used to having anybody do anything for me, but Buck's was on the jump most of the time.
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11  The king and the duke turned out by and by looking pretty rusty; but after they'd jumped overboard and took a swim it chippered them up a good deal.
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12  I was going to rush by and get away, but a lot of dogs jumped out and went to howling and barking at me, and I knowed better than to move another peg.
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13  All the men jumped off of their horses and grabbed the hurt one and started to carry him to the store; and that minute the two boys started on the run.
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14  Jim warn't on his island, so I tramped off in a hurry for the crick, and crowded through the willows, red-hot to jump aboard and get out of that awful country.
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15  Why, after every last snake had been gone clear out of the house for as much as a week Aunt Sally warn't over it yet; she warn't near over it; when she was setting thinking about something you could touch her on the back of her neck with a feather and she would jump right out of her stockings.
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16  About that time I hears their footsteps coming, and was going to skip under the bed; I reached for it, but it wasn't where I thought it would be; but I touched the curtain that hid Mary Jane's frocks, so I jumped in behind that and snuggled in amongst the gowns, and stood there perfectly still.
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17  The minute he was on, the horse begun to rip and tear and jump and cavort around, with two circus men hanging on to his bridle trying to hold him, and the drunk man hanging on to his neck, and his heels flying in the air every jump, and the whole crowd of people standing up shouting and laughing till tears rolled down.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXII.
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