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He lurched toward the front door of the shop, stopped half way there, clung to a counter for support.
In the narrow seat behind, Clip lurched, and swayed, and rattled the motor-cycles.
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Matt took the cross-road on two wheels, and, half a minute later, lurched into the main thoroughfare in the same way.
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Then he lurched in his saddle as from exhaustion or weariness, and straightened himself again with both hands on the bridle.
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For a moment he swayed, then lurched forward, his head striking the iron railing, his body falling limp to the floor.
"Golly, but she's a gold dollar in a gold bank," remarked Jesse Bulrush warmly as he lurched into the street.

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