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I knocked a door in my last campaign with a woman crying on her stoop because she was losing her housing.
Dogs that had originally arrived by ship as far back as the early 1800s got that name after the pots with dregs of burned peas and rice put out on the stoops for them at week’s end.
I see the owner of the car, a lady in a bumblebee costume and a mask, handing something to a kid on the stoop of a nearby house.
I would even, I decided, stoop to having him thrown in jail on a phony charge, if that should be necessary.
NINE MEN IN TIMENOEL MILLER LOOMIS
Ask yourself if I have ever done a single thing which would indicate that I would stoop to the slaughter of the innocent.
Oh, how it makes a poor fellow's back ache, to stoop down and weed onions for half a day.
MIKE MARBLEUNCLE FRANK
Near the low ceiling of the watch-house several hammocks are slung, obliging men to stoop a little as they move about.
To use the language of the talented Mr. Whipper, "they cannot be raised in this country, without being stoop shouldered."
She had to stoop, so low was the ceiling, as she picked her way along over rocks and dbris.
"Somebody went and left a baby on to Jed Lewis's stoop last night," he declared.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND

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