The Oakdale Affair

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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6 emminent eminent
15 4 2 it's warmth its warmth
15 5 13 promisculously promiscuously
16 1 3 appelation appellation
19 3 it's scope its scope
21 6 by with seasons by seasons
25 1 8 Prim manage Prim menage
25 2 20 then, suspicious, then, suspicions,
28 12 even his even this
34 6 1 it's quality its quality
37 3 10 have any- have any
38 4 4 tin tear. tin ear.
39 2 6 Squibbs farm

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