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Our route next day through the narrow byways of Dorsetshire was a meandering one.BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
Of course, these caused more or less meandering, but in the end they came to a place where Tolly Tip raised a warning finger.THE BANNER BOY SCOUTS SNOWBOUNDGEORGE A. WARREN
Moreover, an auxiliary stream was meandering over the table, making rapid progress towards the rose-coloured silk and white lace.THREE MARGARETSLAURA E. RICHARDS
Some woollens are woven simply like linen; some are wide, some very narrow, sewn together in strips, woven in meandering designs.NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
The climate demands such, since the answer can be almost anything, a meandering spreading-of-weight kind of answer.WHEN WINTER COMES TO MAIN STREETGRANT MARTIN OVERTON
The valley was green and level, and a meandering stream formed many little lakes.TALES OF LONELY TRAILSZANE GREY
Grain was literally meandering toward the East instead of moving by a direct route.RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
One gentleman, meandering in the Square, narrowly evaded dismemberment, and was fortunate in getting off with a slight bruise.THE SIEGE OF KIMBERLEYT. PHELAN
To the south-east is the far-famed Eppynt Forest, and down through a luxuriant sylvan dell runs the meandering Irvon.THE CAMBRIAN SKETCH-BOOKR. RICE DAVIES
We discovered a new rivulet meandering down the mountain side, and a royal bed of ferns, and one of two new specimens of bloom.HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS

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