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1  Well, Baptists hardly ever christen kids.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Get Context   In CHAPTER XX
2  I don't think much of this business of leaving kids around.
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3  I've always loved you more than anything else in the world, you and the kid.
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4  The gutter comedy turned into high tragedy, with Nemesis in black kid gloves.
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5  I've been rushing from picture to picture, like a kid let loose in an art gallery for the first time.
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6  I'm not trying to organize Browning Clubs, and sit in clean white kids yearning up at lecturers with ribbony eyeglasses.
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7  Carol was her attendant, and as the wedding was at the Episcopal Church, all the women wore new kid slippers and long white kid gloves, and looked refined.
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8  She patted her black kid gloves, picked at a thread of her faded brown skirt, and sighed, "He's a good boy, and awful affectionate if you treat him right."
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9  I tell you, Carrie Kennicott's a smart woman, and these smart educated women all get funny ideas, but they get over 'em after they've had three or four kids.'
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10  And here, except when I have the kids in gymnasium class, or when I'm chaperoning the basket-ball team on a trip out-of-town, I won't dare to move above a whisper.
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11  They let on that if they'd waited two hours more the kid would have developed peritonitis, and God knows what all; and then they collected a nice fat hundred and fifty dollars.
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