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She thinks she recognizes that quilt—she missed one off her clothesline several nights ago.
THE CASTAWAYS OF PETE'S PATCHCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
On the clothesline dangled three undershirts, three pair of drawers and several mismated socks.
RIM O' THE WORLDB. M. BOWER
Out he swam to where the piece of wood floated, still tied to the clothesline that was fast to the raft.
The longer and larger end of the pole is used as a clothesline pole.
A moment later he came out, carrying Russ in his arms, and from the little boy's leg there dangled a piece of clothesline.
My two Kentucky bays went for the horizon until it come sailing in so fast you wanted to dodge it like a clothesline.
He tied one end of the piece of clothesline to his raft, and on the other end of the line he made fast a round stick.
He would walk along on the clothesline and pull out every clothespin, carrying each one to the roof and laying it safely away.
THE CHILDREN'S BOOK OF BIRDSOLIVE THORNE MILLER
Then he picked me up and plumped me down hard in a chair and tied me fast to it with my own clothesline.
My backbone had the appearance of a clothesline with a quantity of English walnuts strung upon it.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ARTEMUS WARDCHARLES FARRAR BROWNE (AKA ARTEMUS WARD)

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