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A pang, a bitterness that lasted for a day or for a year—and the gap would be filled again by some one else.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Bran or horse-dung inside was a good thing as a stop-gap, though it added not to the strength of the boiler.
LIFE OF RICHARD TREVITHICK, VOLUME II (OF 2)FRANCIS TREVITHICK
The tall man leaped over just there; and the Jew, running a few paces to the right, crept through that gap.
OLIVER TWIST, VOL. II (OF 3)CHARLES DICKENS
Then you're the chap who covered the trail between Phœnix and Potter's Gap yesterday afternoon?
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Before he could recover, a figure was flying through the open gap that lately had been a window.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
Such history never loses its interest, nor does the lapse of ages, in the least degree, impair its credibility.
GOSPEL PHILOSOPHYJ. H. WARD
At last, through a gap in the trees, I caught sight of Marguerite in the arms of her nurse, who was dressed in black.
MARGUERITEANATOLE FRANCE
Queeker rode up to the gap, shut his eyes, gave a chirp, and committed himself to fate and Slapover.
THE FLOATING LIGHT OF THE GOODWIN SANDSR.M. BALLANTYNE
In this way a considerable gap in life conditions has perhaps occasionally been crossed.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
We know that human remains have been found that, to some small extent, fill the gap between man and the ape.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS

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