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1  Jim said it was a sign it was going to rain.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER VIII.
2  Well, dey's some use in a sign like dat, 'kase it's so fur ahead.'
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3  Then they all stuck a pin in their fingers to get blood to sign with, and I made my mark on the paper.
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4  There warn't no bed in the parlor, nor a sign of a bed; but heaps of parlors in towns has beds in them.
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5  I got rid of the signs of my work, and dropped the blanket and hid my saw, and pretty soon pap come in.
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6  Well, I seemed to be in the open river again by and by, but I couldn't hear no sign of a whoop nowheres.
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7  I said it looked to me like all the signs was about bad luck, and so I asked him if there warn't any good-luck signs.
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8  He said it was a sign when young chickens flew that way, and so he reckoned it was the same way when young birds done it.
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9  He never spoke; he moved people around, he squeezed in late ones, he opened up passageways, and done it with nods, and signs with his hands.
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10  I didn't need anybody to tell me that that was an awful bad sign and would fetch me some bad luck, so I was scared and most shook the clothes off of me.
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11  Then he turns around, blubbering, and makes a lot of idiotic signs to the duke on his hands, and blamed if he didn't drop a carpet-bag and bust out a-crying.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIV.
12  I smelt sickly eggs by the barrel, and rotten cabbages, and such things; and if I know the signs of a dead cat being around, and I bet I do, there was sixty-four of them went in.
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13  We went sneaking down the slope of it to labboard, in the dark, towards the texas, feeling our way slow with our feet, and spreading our hands out to fend off the guys, for it was so dark we couldn't see no sign of them.
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14  We went gliding swift along, dead silent, past the tip of the paddle-box, and past the stern; then in a second or two more we was a hundred yards below the wreck, and the darkness soaked her up, every last sign of her, and we was safe, and knowed it.
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15  Then I struck up the road, and when I passed the mill I see a sign on it, "Phelps's Sawmill," and when I come to the farm-houses, two or three hundred yards further along, I kept my eyes peeled, but didn't see nobody around, though it was good daylight now.
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16  He turns around and begins to make a lot of signs to the duke with his hands, and the duke he looks at him stupid and leather-headed a while; then all of a sudden he seems to catch his meaning, and jumps for the king, goo-gooing with all his might for joy, and hugs him about fifteen times before he lets up.
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17  It swore every boy to stick to the band, and never tell any of the secrets; and if anybody done anything to any boy in the band, whichever boy was ordered to kill that person and his family must do it, and he mustn't eat and he mustn't sleep till he had killed them and hacked a cross in their breasts, which was the sign of the band.
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