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1  No, I won't ever tell anybody.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER V
2  Girls' faces always tell on them.
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3  "Now I know you'll tell me," said the lady.
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4  They ain't any such men now, I can tell you.
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5  The bark I had wrote on to tell you we'd gone pirating.
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6  If anybody tells, let Muff Potter do it, if he's fool enough.
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7  The Welshman had to tell the story of the night to the visitors.
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8  "Please don't ever tell I told you," were Huck's first words when he got in.
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9  You only just tell a boy you won't ever have anybody but him, ever ever ever, and then you kiss and that's all.
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10  She started homeward, now, intending to find Tom and tell him; Tom would be thankful and their troubles would be healed.
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11  How long afterward it was that Becky came to a slow consciousness that she was crying in Tom's arms, neither could tell.
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12  There's another that you're more beholden to than you are to me and my boys, maybe, but he don't allow me to tell his name.
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13  The stillness, the solemnity that brooded in the woods, and the sense of loneliness, began to tell upon the spirits of the boys.
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14  He had a secret which he was not ready to tell, yet, but if this mutinous depression was not broken up soon, he would have to bring it out.
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15  Pap would come back to thish-yer town some day and get his claws on it if I didn't hurry up, and I tell you he'd clean it out pretty quick.
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16  We can't ever tell the right time, and besides this kind of thing's too awful, here this time of night with witches and ghosts a-fluttering around so.
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17  There is no telling what might have happened, now, but luckily the concern passed out of Aunt Polly's face and she came to Tom's relief without knowing it.
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18  They wound this way and that, far down into the secret depths of the cave, made another mark, and branched off in search of novelties to tell the upper world about.
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19  Why, old Mr. Jones is going to try to spring something on the people here tonight, but I overheard him tell auntie today about it, as a secret, but I reckon it's not much of a secret now.
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20  Nothing offered for some little time, and then he remembered hearing the doctor tell about a certain thing that laid up a patient for two or three weeks and threatened to make him lose a finger.
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