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He was in no shape to do anything, and unless he managed to find food and drink pretty soon, he would be easy pickings for IC.
INSIDEKICKJESSE FRANKLIN BONE
We endeavoured to get cookhouse jobs for the pickings to be had, but could not do so.
The small pickings left over and above, namely nine first prizes and twelve second, were shared by Alwida and Iernia respectively.
Pickings put three balls precisely into the bubbling water, and drew alongside on his eighth shot.
At the same moment, Pickings and Booverman, as though carried off by the same cannon-ball, flattened on the green.
Booverman and Pickings began to lose caste, to be regarded as unbalanced, if not positively dangerous.
"Even threes—fifteen holes in even threes," said Pickings to himself, his head beginning to throb.
Pickings retired hurriedly before the shaking approach of Booverman's frantic club.
Pickings tried to address, but the moment he swung his club, his legs began to tremble.
Pickings, who felt a mad and ungolfish desire to entreat him to caution, walked away to fight down his emotion.

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