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Later, while we three cast-aways drifted with the bovine tide, he spoke to Piegan Smith.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
That's a dam downstream aways en the B-line waters a couple o' hundred acres.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Seein' a platter of ice cream down the table aways, I got up onto my feet, and havin' a good long arm, reached for it.
Dr. Brown aways spoke of men above himself in the social scale as "fine gentlemen."
RED POTTAGEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Run-aways were hunted—dogs being used to track them at times.
The coulees won't be so deep back aways, an' I've got to catch up that cayuse.
PRAIRIE FLOWERSJAMES B. HENDRYX
YOU look real healthy—though you can't aways tell by looks, either.
KILMENY OF THE ORCHARDLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
"Freddy, my laddy; do you take this torch and walk off aways, so that it will be dark here," said Mickey to his companion.
IN THE PECOS COUNTRYEDWARD SYLVESTER ELLIS (AKA LIEUTENANT R.H. JAYNE)
Promised her we'd take the boat and pull along the beach aways, and leave her free.
LATITUDE 19 DEGREEMRS. SCHUYLER CROWNINSHIELD
I didn't see nothin' but a couple o' young fly-aways playin' 'possum in a hole in the big rock.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE

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