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The professor, a short, wabbling individual, with watery eyes that could read print splendidly if it were held within six inches of them, and who, when he did read, moved book or paper back and forth in front of his spectacles in a droll, owlish, improbable way, instead of letting his eyes travel across the lines of print, was skeptical at first. ” Youth Challenges, - Clarence B Kelland.
“ " For I'm sure," she said, " that I don't want to go wabbling across a deck and looking as ill and woebegone as you do." ” Patty in Paris, - Carolyn Wells.

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