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THE TEMPERING

know what it is, but they set my teeth on edge. They get my goat. I wanna kill 'em."
" And you, Schoolmaster?-and you don't have to give us a song and dance about the Battle of Waterloo."
" I'm fighting for the same as everybody else ... to preserve what there is that's decent and good in the world."
" Barker?"
" Sarnt, shell I tell yer the honest truth?" Barker imitates the portentous tone of a politician. "I am figlxtin' to make the sea free for the banana trade." "Bearsbreath ?"
" Turn it up," says Bearsbreath. "This sort of thing bores me."
" Me too," says Crowne. "Turn it up, Hands." "I'm trying to find out our War Aims," says Hands.
" Let 'em keep their sights upright, 'old their bun dooks firm, and squeeze their triggers," says Crowne, "and they'll 'it whatever they're aimin' at."

"Yuh," says Dagwood, slicing his last, precious bit of twist with a jack-knife. In this knife you may find clues to the character of the good Birkenhead seryeant : he has guarded it for a dozen years, using it constantly. The big blade is worn narrow towards the paint. He never uses the small blade : that is for emergency; but both blades are honed to razor-edges. If the need arose, he could mend his boots with that knife, or cut his way out of a place with it, or pick a lock, or perform a minor surgical operation, or carve a doll for a small girl or a boat for a boy, or cut a

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