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Around Sweeny, who garrisoned the left-hand wagon of the rearmost line, the fight was particularly noisy.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Rearmost of all was a wooden crosspiece to which the shaft of the sledge-meter was attached through a universal joint.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
I crept away and made a swift detour to the right to come behind the rearmost horseman of the troop.
THE MASTER OF APPLEBYFRANCIS LYNDE
He halts his little army outside the village, to give the rearmost time to come up.
'MIDST THE WILD CARPATHIANSMR JKAI
The rearmost Russians pushed those in front of them towards the hole.
THE SPELL OF SWITZERLANDNATHAN HASKELL DOLE
The lock in its rearmost position is kept in place by the block Z on the under side of the cover of the breech casing.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 17, SLICE 2VARIOUS
His rooms were in the rearmost court, near the cloisters, and overlooking the famous Bridge of Sighs.
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
The Indians halted for a moment beyond the narrowing of the cañon, until those who were rearmost should close up.
THE SCALP HUNTERSMAYNE REID
Running after them, Max caught up the rearmost men, and was told that they were about to attack the Germans and root them out.
TWO DARING YOUNG PATRIOTSW. P. SHERVILL
They steamed up abreast of the town in the early morning, the rearmost steamer being only a little ahead of the infantry advance.
THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS, 1882 TO 1885CHARLES ROYLE
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