1 Ah nebber had no truck wid cows.
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2 He filled her up with such truck and she come home and begun workin on Mr. O'Hara.
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3 So we says, well, we'll get a truck and ship 'em right down to Minneapolis.'
Main Street By Sinclair LewisGet Context In CHAPTER XVIII
4 He had six cows, two hundred chickens, a cream separator, a Ford truck.
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5 When they had speared out all they could reach, they emptied the vat on the floor, and then with shovels scraped up the balance and dumped it into the truck.
6 Jonas pushed a truck loaded with hams from the smoke rooms on to an elevator, and thence to the packing rooms.
7 Then a man came up, wheeling a truck; he knew Jurgis for Ona's husband, and was curious about the mystery.
8 But the man had seen that the boss was watching him; he started on again, pushing his truck.
9 Once he got a chance to load a truck for half a day, and again he carried an old woman's valise and was given a quarter.
10 By and by the train stopped again, and Jurgis sprang down and ran under the car, and hid himself upon the truck.
11 There were eight or ten policemen on the truck, however, and there was no disturbance until they came to a place where the street was blocked with a dense throng.
12 Those on the flying truck yelled a warning and the crowd scattered pell-mell, disclosing one of the steers lying in its blood.
13 This called for punishment, of course; and the police proceeded to administer it by leaping from the truck and cracking at every head they saw.
14 The gang having already got the carcass on to the truck, the party set out at a trot, followed by screams and curses, and a shower of bricks and stones from unseen enemies.
15 There's a man a piece down here, that's going over with some truck this evening, if he durs' to; he'll be in here to supper tonight, so you'd better set down and wait.
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