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In the fourth quarter, Tagovailoa delivered a game-tying drive highlighted by a whirling, spinning escape from two pass rushers followed by a 17-yard scamper.
WHAT TO KNOW FOR NFL WEEK 9: TUA TAGOVAILOA ARRIVES, AND TOM BRADY’S BUCCANEERS TAKE A BEATINGADAM KILGORENOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Suddenly Randulf's housekeeper fell upon them with a broom, and the boys scampered away, amidst shouts and laughter.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
So they obeyed the old yellow Man-in-the-Moon and scampered like little white mice back to bed.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
A few days later she was prouder still when they scampered this way and that, pecking at little bugs and ants.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
Showers of pretty gold and red sparks scampered up the chimney.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
Half-a-dozen of these fierce warriors, however, turned upon them, and the whole body scampered off in wild disorder.
ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE
Half-a-dozen scampered in as many directions, and she ordered the rest off, without ceremony.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
He laughed a harsh laugh, like the cry of a wild beast, and the sheep scampered away in fear.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
The boy scampered off, and presently appeared running, still holding the precious load with great care in both hands.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
The Seljouks, like frighted partridges, scampered over rocks and craggy peaks, where their heavy-armed foe might not follow.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS

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