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Adding a dedicated water-wicking exterior layer or some extra fleece insulation to your dog’s body for your next extended jaunt in the rain or snow is essential to keeping them warm, dry, and happy.
This helped the level designers focus on building more traditional platformer levels like the older games, rather than the open-world jaunts of “Super Mario 64” and “Super Mario Sunshine.”
It seemed in her dream that the goat was harnessed to the jaunting-car belonging to the father of her friend Molly.
OUR LITTLE IRISH COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
She was quick to notice that, besides the driver, three gentlemen and a lady filled the seats of the jaunting-car.
OUR LITTLE IRISH COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
I have always wanted to ride in a jaunting-car, but it is more fun to talk about it than to really do it.
OUR LITTLE IRISH COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
But as they reached their own door, the very jaunting-car they had met on the road to Killarney drove up.
OUR LITTLE IRISH COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
She was not fond of driving over the dangerous roads, and for a jaunting car she had a special dislike.
He hastened to the window just in time to perceive a jaunting-car drive up to the wicket, from which three men descended.
Ireland has the greenest grass and trees, the finest stones and lakes, and they've jaunting-cars.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
I think I am the better for jaunting; though in the main I should like better to stay at home.

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