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Piegan swung into the coulée at a fast lope, and we stole carefully down to meet him.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
This is Cervantes's description of the national stage in the time of his immediate predecessor, Lope de Rueda.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
She saw him pause, bend his head, then lope away in the direction taken by Rajah.
THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYNHAROLD MACGRATH
The ponies were coming at the lope now, and not an instant was to be lost.
WARRIOR GAPCHARLES KING
It has him down under the marriages with Pen-e-lope Miranda Folwell.
TABITHA AT IVY HALLRUTH ALBERTA BROWN
Gradually Clover slackened her wild lope, dropped to a gentle gallop, and then into a canter and from that to a walk.
BETTY GORDON IN THE LAND OF OILALICE B. EMERSON
When the western sky line gleamed in crimson glory Joe came riding at a long lope up the lane.
DAVID DUNNEBELLE KANARIS MANIATES
Instantly four natives caught up the senseless figure and made off at a lope.
THE BLIND LION OF THE CONGOELLIOTT WHITNEY
He ever retained a high respect for the talent of observation, the native genius and the good sense of Lope de Rueda.
THE CATHOLIC WORLD; VOL. IV.; OCTOBER, 1866, TO MARCH, 1867.E. RAMEUR
The young admirer of Lope de Rueda exhibited in his temperament and appearance more of the soldier than the poet.
THE CATHOLIC WORLD; VOL. IV.; OCTOBER, 1866, TO MARCH, 1867.E. RAMEUR

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