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I only hope some curious passerby picked it up from whatever park bench or lobby sofa or cafe table I left it on, read it and set it back out into the wilds.
On the way home Susanna could scarcely refrain from calling out to every passerby some hint of their good fortune.
MIGHTY MIKKOPARKER FILLMORE
Frank could see that the door was ajar, as though inviting the passerby to enter without the formality of knocking.
They take the boy to Paris, employ a passerby—a man of their own class, no doubt—for a few francs, to deliver him at your door.
THE BLUE LIGHTSARNOLD FREDERICKS
The rhododendron, with its brilliant colouring, is everywhere, and the little forget-me-not nods to every passerby.
DAYS IN THE OPENLATHAN A. CRANDALL
The "sport" was soon stopped, however, by a passerby, who administered a rebuke that could hardly be forgotten.
There is no need to be told that he is there almost by accident, that he came in a chance passerby, a bit uncertain of the door.
A BOOK OF PREFACESH. L. MENCKEN
And then a passerby dodged quickly past his shoulder, brushing against him, and waited humbly in the street.
At the approach of each passerby she was impelled to hide herself, in the belief that her appearance betrayed her intentions.
THE SONG OF SONGSHERMANN SUDERMANN
It was a door perennially open, lest some passerby might escape without the greeting.
THE SEVEN-BRANCHED CANDLESTICKGILBERT W. (GILBERT WOLF) GABRIEL

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