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The men of Lewis and Skye tackled the liquid bounty with great glee, and soon were in a state of maudlin intoxication.

"Then," said I, "there is the Open Championship to take place in your own golfing country," and with that we tackled the chicken.

The Happy GolferHenry Leach

He dove below the swinging blow and tackled the aviator just above his knees.

Twice, during the twelvemonth, he tackled pieces which he described to Madame Hanska.

BalzacFrederick Lawton

A lean, yellow horse, tackled to the shafts of a broken top-buggy with bits of rope as well as worn straps, stood in the roadway.

Yes, it threatens—the race, but it has its roots in the ages; it must be tackled cautiously.

The Place Beyond the WindsHarriet T. Comstock

Av we quit this nest we'd be drappin' the natest job two lads ever tackled.

Out of a LabyrinthLawrence L. Lynch

But they got holt of the wrong stick when they tackled Ben Gray, the ship's carpenter.

Mrs. Tree's WillLaura E. Richards

It was about midday when they tackled the manatee, and Dick must have been alone with it for a good many hours.

Next morning we tackled the problem of getting across the Masuto, which had risen further during the night.

Adventures in SwazilandOwen Rowe O'Neil

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