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1  Ah mun ta'e th lantern, he said.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence
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2  Winter time Ah ned 'ardly come nigh th' pleece.
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3  I always blamed his mother, for letting him in th room.
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4  If a man could say to em: Dunna think o nowt but th money.
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5  'She carted off iverything as was worth taking from th' 'ouse,' he said.
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6  Ted Bolton was twenty-eight when he was killed in an explosion down th pit.
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7  'I mean as 'appen Ah can find anuther pleece as'll du for rearin' th' pheasants.
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8  And every morning when he got up and went to th pit, I felt it was wrong, wrong.
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9  Now anybody can ave any childt i th world, he said, as he sat down fastening on his leggings.
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10  Tha mun come ter th cottage one time, he said, looking down at her with a warm, sure, easy face.
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11  But they're having to draw their horns in nowadays, now th pits are working so bad, and they haven't got the money.
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