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peggies

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So this was Peggy. She was little, and trim of figure.
Peggy looked at the photograph, and back again at Rutherford.
He stepped away and picked up the sheaf of papers which he had dropped at Peggy's entrance.
'Way over in England, Peggy, there's a county called Worcestershire.
'Of all the rube joints!' exclaimed Peggy, in deep disgust.
'Don't worry, Peggy. It'll be a long time, I expect, before I go there.
Do you know, Peggy, you remind me of a little Billiken, sitting on that table?'
It was the absence of Peggy that had brought about the change.
He drew to one side to watch, and as he moved he saw Peggy.
All my troubles come from my short legs," said Peggy, in a desponding tone.
Poor Peggy! I was very sorry for her, and I could not comfort her, for I knew how hard it was upon slow-paced horses to be put with fast ones; all the whipping comes to their share, and they can't help it.
When they reached their box the house was darkened and the orchestra was playing "The Cloak of Old Gaul." In a moment Peggy was on the stage again, and Alexander applauded vigorously with the rest.