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Thus, facing each other, with no one else in the roomy carriage, their airings suggested a conscious public manifestation.

And I may add that the baby in arms was rarely trusted to this functionary, except for airings in the garden under my eye.

And thus ends our tale of Major Weir's famous night airings in Edinburgh.

Rachel was a girl about thirteen, who carried the baby out for airings; and she came upstairs at the call.

They take my invalid acquaintance out on airings in the daytime, and my lingering guests home at a reasonable hour in the evening.

All were well dressed and well educated; the nursery maids and the infants went out for their airings in a carriage and pair.

The king has not even an equerry with him, nor the queen any lady to attend her when she goes her airings.

I could see that she was chaffing me; but I let her have her way in this, just as she ruled the diet, the naps and the airings.