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For 2,200 miles, with 20 pounds or so strapped to my back, I reinforced the muscles that had always made me bowlegged, my feet aimed toward ten and two from Georgia to Maine.
Folded in half, the Monopod can simply be tossed into a pack’s water-bottle pocket or easily strapped to its exterior.
Essential workers in particular are being forced to make difficult choices about their children’s care — many essential-worker jobs are lower wage — and many child care providers are in strapped situations.
He wore an olive green coat, yellow waistcoat, and light grey trousers, strapped over his boots.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
The few necessities the girls were taking were rolled in slickers and strapped behind their saddles.
Mark's preparations were soon made, but the roll which he strapped behind his saddle was much larger than he generally took.
When Chloe was a babe strapped on her mother's shoulders, they were stolen from Africa and packed in a ship.
He leaned weakly against the table to which I was strapped, his eyes on mine glazing over with death.
Ida was ready; but her trunk was strapped on, and her maid seated upon the box with the driver, before she appeared.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
In my case, revolver strapped on, and holding up my cloak to prevent it getting under my feet in my dreadful flounders.

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