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THE TEMPERING

Then the Wogs get 'old of some live rounds and shoot a couple o' Yids. Then the Yids get 'old of some live rounds and shoot a couple o' Wogs. Then we come in and tell 'em to turn it in."
" And do they turn it in?"
" Yes and no," says Crowne.
" Who wins?" asks Bates.
" Order is kept," Crowne replies. "Order is kept."
John Johnson grins, and says: "Oi bet you 'ave a noice old toime with all them Arabian dancing-girls."
" No," says Crowne, "I can't say I ever did, not actually. They're fat. It's part of their religion to be fat. They ain't sort o' particular about soap. Their best friends are just the same, so they won't tell 'em. They ain't 'ygienic. Zmatter o' fact, I never saw a Arabian dancing-girl. Beer cost about a bob a boll. I don't believe Arabian girls can dance : I never caught one, of 'em at it. I'eard one sing, once. It sounded like somebody was twistin' 'er arm. I got a nice sun-tan, though. Yes, I did get that ..."
" Ha! " says John Johnson.
" What d'you mean, Ha?" says Crowne. "You're from Brummagem, aren't you?"
" Yes, Sarnt."
" I thought as much. A fly boy. Okay, fly boy. Let me tell you one thing. Don't you get too fly with me. Got it?"
"Oi never said anytllink, Sarnt !"
" You said Ha. It's the way you said it. I can smell a chancer at five 'undred yards ..." Sergeant Crowne looks around and his keen glance falls on Thurstan. "What's your name?" he asks.

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