The Mad King

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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6 2 gril's face girl's face
218 1 magnamity magnanimity
218 7 2 him. Barney's him, Barney's
225 3 3 horseman horsemen
228 5 1 ajaculated ejaculated
233 8 6 king of Lustadt, king of Lutha,
234 6 2 You "You
251 9 Luthania army Luthanian army
252 2 3 poor, weakling poor weakling

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