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My rings were made by padding the iron rings from the hubs of a lumber wagon and swinging them from the rafters.BILL'S SCHOOL AND MINEWILLIAM SUDDARDS FRANKLIN
Across the bed of one more ravine, the sand up to the hubs, and we were in the Daur camp.WAR IN THE GARDEN OF EDENKERMIT ROOSEVELT
They differed somewhat in size and shape; hence the hubs of the fore and hind wheels did not match.OX-TEAM DAYS ON THE OREGON TRAILEZRA MEEKER
The road, especially near the base, is nothing but a sea of clay in which the military carts sink up to their hubs.THE NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 1, ISSUE 4, JANUARY 23, 1915VARIOUS
Some climbed upon the wheel hubs of the wagons that were backed up in rows alongside the open shed and balanced themselves there.BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
The war chariots, armed with scythes at the hubs, were placed in the center of the army, with the reserve.THE BRASS BELLEUGNE SUE
Two wheels were sunk far past the hubs, and the step of the car was under mud.MY WAR EXPERIENCES IN TWO CONTINENTSSARAH MACNAUGHTAN
On went the first speed, most powerful of all, but not powerful enough to fight through snow nearly up to the hubs.THE MOTOR MAIDALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON AND CHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON
So of birds-eye maple for cabinet ware, red elm for carriage hubs, and other varieties applicable to specific uses.OLD MACKINAWW. P. STRICKLAND.
I remember well the black mucky mud we rode through, the wheels sinking in to the hubs first on one side then the other.OLD RAIL FENCE CORNERSVARIOUS

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