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After rain, when rivers or brooks are somewhat beyond their usual bounds, a well scoured lob worm will take the best of fish.
I have experienced many sandstorms in Takla-makan and the Lob-nor desert, but hardly any so bad as this was.
I had heard in the Lob country similar tales of the sorrow of the swans when their union was dissolved by death.
Kolwah is a well-cultivated district lying to the south of the river, which in its upper course is known as the Lob.
THE GATES OF INDIATHOMAS HOLDICH
Once in his match against Bill Johnston he was within a point of set and down from the sky a high short lob was descending.
PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN
The sight of a Londoners flat-cap was dreadful to a lob: a treble ruff threw a whole village into a sweat.
Even if I had to lob it under hand, I must send the ball over the net with this next stroke.
It is claimed the fierce storm always ceases shortly after the ka-lob′ is performed.
THE BONTOC IGOROTALBERT ERNEST JENKS
For though thou art very ungentle, harsh of tongue, of visage grim and manners rude—I would not have Lob harm thee—yet!
If this wind hold, nothing can persuade this lob-sided, ill-trimmed craft out of the bay.
SIR LUDARTALBOT BAINES REED

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