For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, We'll tak
a cup o' kindness yet, For auld lang syne.
Hathecliff maks noa 'count o' t' mother, nor ye norther; but he'll heu' his lad; und I mun tak
' him - soa now ye knaw!'
'Dean't be afeard, mun,' he said; 'tak' eneaf to carry thee whoam.
'Tak' that bit o' timber to help thee on wi', mun,' he added, pressing his stick on Nicholas, and giving his hand another squeeze;
' those words in connection with that other Screepture: Many are ca'ad, but few are chosen.
"I'm no' free to tak
' your money, if I'm no' free to let ye the last rooms left in the hoose.
"If they would but 'tak
a thought and mend ' their shrew-like ways they would be dear, lovable creatures enough."
"I canna' tak
' it on mysel' to say that she was other than a stranger to me."
'Haply,' he said, turning his furrowed face slowly about, that he might as it were individually address the whole audience, those both near and distant; 'haply, when this question has been tak
'n up and discoosed, there'll be a threat to turn out if I'm let to work among yo.
How much of a difference this approach makes will become clearer when Rio Grande's elementary schools get back this year's TAKS