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Duel Your Dual Nature With This Quiz On Geminis

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After testing a half dozen competitors, including the Cannondale Topstone, Giant Revolt, Salsa Warbird, and Trek Checkpoint, over the course of the spring and summer, the Diverge is my preferred steed.
Steed”—Jefferson rode on horseback to the Capitol to take his oath of office as President.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
She ordered a steed to be saddled and followed by her squire, Francoeur, she rode to the castle of Clarides.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
And striking spurs to his steed he charged furiously upon Sir Edward Bruce's division, but was quickly borne down and slain.
The fight lasts for three days, and he appears each day in a different dress, and mounted on a different steed.
The procession, preceded by Bob on his feathered steed, passed through a chasm overgrown with brambles.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
Her human steed, turning round for an impudent and good-natured stare, drawled out an unprintable remark.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
Turning, he saw Philip, who came smiling toward him, having dismounted and given his steed to his orderly to hold.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS
He mounted at the ford, and, having crossed, took off the saddle and turned the steed loose.
He seemed a part of his steed; he shot like a bird over the sheets and bowlders of rock; he was a wonder of speed and grace.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST

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