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Then they would send their snow-snakes skimming over the hard crust of snow.
He could shoot his arrows to the sky, and could send his snow-snakes skimming far beyond the rest.
But these people are wholly on wires; laying their ears down, skimming away, pausing as though shot, and presto!
Bowden was alone, in an armchair by the little lamp, skimming a paper while waiting for Mrs. Garford to return from her bedroom.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Again the yacht swung out into the river, gathering headway quickly and skimming along, heeling very gently.
THE RIVAL CAMPERS AFLOATRUEL PERLEY SMITH
Shoeblossom was skimming through the pages with starting eyes, when suddenly his attention was taken from his book by a sound.
THE GOLD BATP. G. WODEHOUSE
A handy skimming spoon can be made very quickly of an ordinary spoon of any size desired.
Just then the immense bird spread his wings and began skimming through the air with majestic grace.
TWO BOYS IN WYOMINGEDWARD S. ELLIS
Sudden swallows swiftly skimming,Sunset's slowly spreading shade, Silvery songsters sweetly singing,Summer's soothing serenade.
She bent to the oars and with practiced skill sent the craft skimming over the water.
THE MISSING FORMULAMILDRED A. WIRT, AKA ANN WIRT

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