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I put down my haid, and was just kinda dragged up the aisle and onto the platform.
His untidy hair was rumpled, as if someone had been hanging onto it while in the process of giving him the shiner.
FEE OF THE FRONTIERHORACE BROWN FYFE
Sikes, with Olivers hand still in his, softly approached the low porch, and raised the latch.
Either: we cannot give you what you ask, so fall back onto the defensive; or, go ahead, we will give you the means.
To punctuate her observation Jessie Norwood lifted the iron latch and jerked open the door.
But momentum was sufficient to carry Jeff Weedham's roadster out onto the road.
Black Hood let the clutch slap in and the roadster bounded back onto the tarvia drive.
"I was out at the gas pumps when a gray sedan barreled into the station and in onto the wash rack," the young man explained.
Clipperton, instantly divining Matt's plan, started toward him, with the intention of helping him hang onto the end of the rope.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Burland waited for no more, but slipped through the French windows and onto the terrace.

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