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    The boy's wails and squawks echoed behind her as she hurried along.=?

    The boy's wails and squawks echoed behind her as she hurried along.=?

    What does the sentence mean?

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    Re: The boy's wails and squawks echoed behind her as she hurried along.=?

    The boy was crying out, trying to get someone's attention. He screamed and shouted, and Shirley kept hearing his pleading voice as she continued on her way without assisting him.

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