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Herman Melville (1819–1891).  Moby-Dick.  1922.
 
Chapter CXXII
Midnight Aloft—Thunder and Lightning
 
(The main-topsail-yard.—Tashtego passing new lashings around it.)

‘UM, um, um. Stop that thunder! Plenty too much thunder up here. What ’s the use of thunder? Um, um, um. We don’t want thunder; we want rum; give us a glass of rum. Um, um, um!’
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