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He blistered Arbuthnot with abuse, swung from the newspaper office, and barged mightily down Fleet Street, a disturber of traffic.JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
It presents itself to us as an effective corroboration of the so well-known phenomenon of talking-yourself-into-it.CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
Breton peasants are represented playing on Breton pipes in the Entry-into-Jerusalem scene.HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Turning to the swing door she barged through with a high head and fire of determination illuminating her face.RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
"I w-w-was b-b-b-blown i-i-i-into t-t-t-the air," he replied, smiling sweetly.FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
The officer stared at him as Stan turned and barged out of the little office where the Navy had left him.A YANKEE FLIER OVER BERLINAL AVERY
He barged into one of the bicycles, clumsy thing, and then came to tell us that we oughtn't to leave them there in people's way.THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
When he reached the front door he just grabbed hold of the knob, twisted it, shoved open the door and barged right inside.DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
No sooner had they disappeared than Siegfried came into-393- the wood, armed for the hunt.OPERAS EVERY CHILD SHOULD KNOWMARY SCHELL HOKE BACON
Bess went to put on her bonnet, and when she camc into-the parlour George backed into the fireplace with astonishment.ROGUES AND VAGABONDSGEORGE R. SIMS


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