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The principal street presents a bustling appearance, being much frequented by carriages, as well as pedestrians.
Keeping sharp lookout for skidding cars and unexpected pedestrians and street-car crossings and the like fully occupied Bud.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
“Well, good-bye, then; off we go;” and with light hearts the boaters and the pedestrians parted.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Not far from the Sixty-fifth Street entrance of the Park he found a large hill and for a moment it was clear of pedestrians.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
Some of the foot pedestrians are said to have been less reticent about the lamp-posts.
The shadowy black figures of pedestrians moved up, down, and across the embrowned roadway.
THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY
Thrusting rudely past pedestrians who were polite and sleek, he marched along the street, scowling.
Several humble pedestrians stepped off the pavement on to the dirty causeway to give him room.
The two pedestrians stopped now and then to rest and look away over the matchless scene and take in its wonderful beauty.
By degrees the lads became accustomed to the roar of the traffic and the rush of pedestrians.
THE SECRET WIRELESSLEWIS E. THEISS

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