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"Poor pit-i-able * Pe~ter Pi-per plod-ding-ly
pick-ed - pecks of piere-mg pep-per com. Pen-
nies prove power-ful prop-er-ty.
** Quash quar-rels quick-ly. Quell quiet-ly
quccn»ly queries. Quest-Ions - quot*ed quiet-ly -
quk-otic - Quake-rs.
" Round rug-ged rocks rag-ged : ras-d^M"-" ra-plct4y|
ran rural races. Robert's rich - tfedJ"w- roses ;f>1j
rare-Iy re-ap-pear-ed. ^\
" Vex-ed veterans very vlgor-ous-Iy
vill-a-gers. Vcn-ture-some villains vain-
visit-cd vines, Val-u-able voices vary vastly, ,
" Will-ic Wil-Ron was work-Ing when*^ WAt-soif
went whist -ling west- ward watch-ing -*Pl^ck^| '
water-rate wand-«r weari-ly with-in the?** wlfili »
wharf. , lj '""* \
"Note. 4DwcE* on w%» making a sound like
" Yes-ter-day you yourself -yeil-ed. Yes yon-der
yok-di -yearns to yacht.
"Zulus zealously rode «bras ag-rng to