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At six o'clock Christmas night the crowd began to line up at the Garden doors.
At three-thirty I was first in line at the timeclock, second out the gate, and fourth or fifth to line up at the National Bar.
CUE FOR QUIETTHOMAS L. SHERRED
It seems that there is a feeling that Mame will line up friendly again with food.
The men were ordered to line up, and soon the order came to march.
The sprocket holes must match accurately and the films must line up straight.
These were going line by line up to the front, mainly with ammunition.
At the rate of from one to two miles a day track was laid so as to get the line up to Dakhala.
The players are divided into groups, and line up in single file in two or more lines facing a basket ball goal or any substitute.
And with one concerted effort they pulled the line up, falling over one another in their attempt to keep their balance.
A fisherman stood in the bow and pulled the line up from the bottom over a lignumvitæ roller fixed in the bow-gunnel.
THE VIKING BLOODFREDERICK WILLIAM WALLACE

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