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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He bragged all over the country that he had worn out six pair of shoe-pacs looking for Paul.
It was necessary, therefore, to wear rubber pacs, a type of shoe well suited to this sort of travel.
He pulled on and laced his rubber-bottomed pacs, and then took up his shotgun affectionately and ran down the stairs.
THE BLACK FAWNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
There were few drifts and no deep ones, and the five inches of soft snow made a pleasant cushion beneath Bud's pacs.
THE BLACK FAWNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
Leaves crisp with frost rustled beneath Bud's pacs as he strode on through the woods.
THE BLACK FAWNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
But the pacs, while lighter and softer, will make tender feet sore on the bottoms, and they slip in snow more than do rubbers.
WOODCRAFTE. H. (ELMER HARRY) KREPS
The shoe pacs are very useful, however, and where I carry but two pairs of moccasins, one is of the oil tan.
CAMP AND TRAILSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
They brushed the snow from their pacs and entered the kitchen.
THE BLACK FAWNJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

WORD OF THE DAY

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