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They require frequent cleaning with a long wire and a bit of tow, and in some large towns there are professional pipe-cleaners.
The boat was now hoisted out and sent ahead to tow, but we could not succeed in getting the vessel's head round.
It beats what Mrs. Case told us about ski 127 running in Sweden, cried Jess, who was delighted with the experience.
Again it was empty except for the operator, a tow-headed kid with a Racing Form tucked in a side pocket.
Without her powerful engines to tow it to windward of the wrecks the lifeboat would be much, very much, less useful than it is.
These matches were fuses of some slow-burning fiber, like tow, which would keep a spark for a considerable time.
Also he mentioned the car that was stolen, and that was now stalled and waiting for some kind soul to come and give it a tow.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
A smaller one was in advance, filled with sailors and soldiers, in order to tow the heavier craft along.
Sammy Soapstone had blue eyes and tow hair which stood up straight on his head.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
A half-mile or more distant from them a big, ocean-going tugboat was passing down the bay, without a tow and under full steam.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH

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