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Sometimes they would have to lay by two or three days on account of the frozen road, which cut their feet and lamed them.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
A special class of legends that have been evolved in Slavic countries are those that tell of the Lamed-wow-niks.
Lamed said of him: "He was very far from being one who tried in any way to make himself popular."
Lamed, like many others, likens Mark Twain to Lincoln in various of his characteristics.
Clemens had a poor opinion of his own comprehension of politics, and perhaps as little regard for Lamed's conception of humor.
But the experiment is not always without danger, and many animals are lamed by the spines of the cactus.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
Albert Scribner, age 32, severely wounded in hip, probably lamed for life.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
Prosper in Mahren, all these are lamed; one right stroke at the heart, the limbs become manageable quantities!
The best he could make of this present situation was to get this lamed girl to a public highway as soon as he could.
DOROTHYEVELYN RAYMOND

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