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I sidestepped in the nick of time and shooed Juno away to the orchard, where she could enjoy herself without getting into trouble.
THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
Already the big plaza teemed with commuters who neatly sidestepped the homeless people begging there.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Johnny sidestepped, and, leaping off his toes, tapped him on the ear.
THE CRIMSON FLASHROY J. SNELL
Big Landis lost his nerve and sidestepped at the last minute, and then the whole gang faded.
GUNMAN'S RECKONINGMAX BRAND
His senior partner glanced at him sharply, while Miss Wiggin hastily sidestepped into the corridor.
BY ADVICE OF COUNSELARTHUR TRAIN
After a few days in Potijze sector the Battalion sidestepped to the Wieltje sector.
THE STORY OF THE "9TH KING'S" IN FRANCEENOS HERBERT GLYNNE ROBERTS
He lunged and sidestepped cleverly, showing good foot-work and a nice judgment of distance.
OH, YOU TEX!WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Pete and Homer especially had won reputations as killers, and game men sidestepped them rather than deny their claims.
OH, YOU TEX!WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
He simply stood for a half instant, sidestepped, and again swung in close upon his foe.
THE BROKEN GATEEMERSON HOUGH
Quick as a cat, he sidestepped one of them, and putting out his foot tripped him as he plunged past.
ARMY BOYS ON THE FIRING LINEHOMER RANDALL

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