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Just Treat Him As Your Immortal Son
Nikhil Parekh
winds out of his Godly countenance; making him retreat in his shivering cocoon; the minute you stepRate it:

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Occasion'd By Seeing The Honourable --- Treat A Person Of Merit With Insolence
Mary Barber
Great; Who only Birth, or Wealth, respect, And treat true Merit with neglect. O Pow'r supreme! letRate it:

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Treat 'Em Rough
Robert William Service
next time I proposed, Thinks I, I'll treat 'em rough. Her name was Lily Rose, IRate it:

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A Plea
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Treat me nice, Miss Mandy Jane, Treat me nice. Dough my love has tu'ned my brain, Treat me nice. I ain't done a t'ing to shame, Lovahs all ac's jes...Rate it:

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The Play
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
chair apiece wiv velvit on the seat; A slap-up treat. The drarmer's writ be Shakespeare, years agRate it:

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A to Z---PAY ATTENTION TO ME---
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
to hours, followed by weeks, months and years. Treat them as rewarded achievements. Quietly pray wRate it:

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'Bosses Don't Seem Right' - A Christmas Monologue
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
free!' Why, under right conditions, then, They'd treat their men like they was men; An' seein' it wRate it:

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A Delaware Indian Legend
Richard Calmit Adams
one truthful man; He made and kept a promise in treating for our land; His deeds of loving-kindnessRate it:

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Oh my god i'm so lucky
Indran
of the forest Oh you did what was my wish as treat Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh you did! I'm so lucky DRate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO II ( Hys Fyve Rules )
Lewis Carroll
of the Victim, And tells us, as I recollect, TO TREAT HIM WITH A GRAVE RESPECT, AND NOT TO CONTRADIRate it:

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Rise Ye! Rise Ye!
Henry Lawson
tyrants crush ye with the hiron ’eel! They would treat ye worse than sl-a-a-ves! they would treat yRate it:

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Termarter Sorce
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I 'ad no crook lurk To act deceivin', or to treat 'er mean. I'm old enough to know them games don'Rate it:

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The Crane & The Fox, a Fable
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
scarce a morsel eat Intent to riot at the treat - She came - wide stood the unfolded door And rosRate it:

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The Kid
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Australian. An' a curly Souter peach; it was a treat the way she dressed; An' a Louis Esson dryad, Rate it:

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The Song against Grocers
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
now and then To crack a bottle with a friend Or treat unmoneyed men, But who hath seen the Grocer TRate it:

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To Edward Jenkinson, Esq
Anne Kingsmill Finch
that indeed you Peace pursue, We must begin to Treat with you. We Females, Sir, it is I mean: WRate it:

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À Bas Ben Adhem
Ogden Nash
life. Not that I think much depends On how we treat our feathered friends, Or hold the wrinkled elRate it:

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A GREAT WEEK-END
Alan Parry-Booth
on the Mermaid Quay Our lunch was quite a treat. We made our way towards a pub Where noise was at Rate it:

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A Martyr in Lace and Five and Dime Cologne
Sonia Walker
Saturdays for us, as her grandchildren she would treat us with a ride on the bus to Downtown and a Rate it:

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An Alphabet of Famous Goops
Gelett Burgess
he Seldom Screamed; 26 His Company was Quite a Treat to all the Children on the Street; 27 But Rate it:

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HELLTH
Hubbs
to ransom With no apologies or patience, treat, meant not to cure but for us to repetitively prescrRate it:

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I Realize That
Ehsan Sehgal
visualize, I write I work, I talk I behave and treat I see; I feel I honour, I admire I appreciate,Rate it:

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Magna Carta
Marriott Edgar
Hubert to poke out his eyes, Which is no way to treat a young lad. It were all right him being aRate it:

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Olney Hymn 27: Welcome To The Table
William Cowper
dainties fed; Not heaven affords a costlier treat, For Jesus is the bread. The vile, the lost, Rate it:

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Samantha
Mario William Vitale
hair with a womans eyes lips so sweet she is a treat Summertime out playing in the park with baby&#Rate it:

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