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But in that stale, fetid odour of last night's tobacco and this morning's wet arctics the smoker was but a dismal place.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Children clinging to the arms of governesses, their feet in high arctics, slid laughing on the ice.
DANGEROUS DAYSMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
"In forty-eight hours we will be within the Arctics at this rate of speed," cried Dr. Jones, rubbing his hands with delight.
DOCTOR JONES' PICNICS. E. CHAPMAN
The Arctics are subject to fearful and sudden storms, and we must be ready to go at any instant.
DOCTOR JONES' PICNICS. E. CHAPMAN
Mrs. Davis said that the very sight of those ungainly old arctics always brought tears to her eyes.
WALT WHITMAN IN MICKLE STREETELIZABETH LEAVITT KELLER
It cuts off certain probabilities and sets up others: you can put away your straw-hats; you can unpack your arctics.
PRAGMATISMWILLIAM JAMES
It is an Alga well known in the Arctics, where it forms wide fields in the summer.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 12, NO. 73, NOVEMBER, 1863VARIOUS
What was more, she was leaving the tundra; the broad-stretching deer pastures of the Arctics.
THE PURPLE FLAMEROY J. SNELL
The delicate magnificence of the Arctics none can translate into language.
THE ALPSMARTIN CONWAY
Moreover, some modern animals are found from the arctics to the tropics.
A BOOK-LOVER'S HOLIDAYS IN THE OPENTHEODORE ROOSEVELT

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