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The Pitt full-back had the ball—that same giant whose hurdling force had crushed poor, slender Kentucky.
RED DYNAMITEROY J. SNELL
Foxie bolted down this slope, hurdling the bunches of sage, and showing the speed of which Emett had boasted.
TALES OF LONELY TRAILSZANE GREY
Hurdling, sprinting, tennis and all sports requiring short, intense spurts of energy are the ones in which this type excels.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT
May not this constant dodging or hurdling of statutes be a sign that there is something the matter with the statutes?
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
A body hurdling through the doorway struck the giant amidship and sent him bowling over like a ten-pin.
THE SILENT ALARMROY J. SNELL
To contemplate misnamed medicine bottles interminably hurdling the bridge of one's nose, operates otherwise.
THE FLYING DEATHSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
You see, the idea is to knife the backs through; there isn't any plunging to speak of and not much hurdling.
BEHIND THE LINERALPH HENRY BARBOUR
A flock of freckles, each seemingly in pursuit of its fellow just ahead, were hurdling the bridge of a somewhat pug nose.
UNCLE SAM DETECTIVEWILLIAM ATHERTON DU PUY
Following the baseball game came some athletic contests, such as high jumping and hurdling.
THE PUTNAM HALL ENCAMPMENTARTHUR M. WINFIELD
There are occasional fields of sainfoin and of turnips; but these latter are small, and no ridging or hurdling is yet practised.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 12, NO. 73, NOVEMBER, 1863VARIOUS

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