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You see, all the swells sat in their boxes and gazed right down on the dancers, who had a circular place roped off for them.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
He cleared the roped guard and the two fallen hoods, landed lightly on the balls of his feet within a yard of Squid Murphy.
HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
So the duke said it was kind of hard to have to lay roped all day, and he'd cipher out some way to get around it.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
I ought to have taken care of her, roped her to me when it came to crossing the difficult places.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
We now came to a glacier which it was necessary to cross, and therefore roped up once more.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
Been up to the courthouse and roped in three of the county officials.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
Whilst Mertz fed the dogs and prepared hoosh, Ninnis and I roped up and went off to search for a passage.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
There, roped upright to a tree, was a body wearing the uniform of a first lieutenant of United States Infantry.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Cameron stood aghast at the amazing swiftness and dexterity with which the packs were roped and loaded.
CORPORAL CAMERONRALPH CONNOR
The novice lay rigid, for the excellent reason that she was roped foot and hands to two pegs in the ground.
THE KEEPERS OF THE KING'S PEACEEDGAR WALLACE

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