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The backs of the gigs were sheltered from the road by a hedge of lilacs, and over the gateway a gigantic elm kept watch and ward.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
We rode in a gig, and our animal was a steady-going mare, and behaved as such; but all had not gigs or steady-going mares.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
Every minute I was expectin' to see the Helen's gigs swarmin' out, and then it wouldn't be pickin's we'd get but leavin's.
The boats were one long-boat, which pulled eight oars, and carried in all sixteen men, and two large swift-rowing gigs.
PETER THE WHALERW.H.G. KINGSTON
Through the fleet pulled swift gigs bearing the commanders of the different vessels.
Gigs were at high rival speed along the road from the battle-field to London.
Oh, I took a little run up here in one of them new-fangled gasolene gigs, replied the sheriff, with a grin.
Sitting one evening in the porch of Monticello, two gigs drove up, each containing a gentleman and lady.
Many regattas offered prizes for pair oars with coxswains in outrigged gigs.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE
This offers less resistance, and before long builders constructed so-called ‘gigs’ for racing purposes, which were carvel built.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE

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