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Then he saw the faces of his own teammates and knew what they, in their frenzy, expected from him.
THE VARMINTOWEN JOHNSON
Apparently, he disagreed with his teammates about some matter, for his voice rose in sharp protest.
DAN CARTER AND THE RIVER CAMPMILDRED A. WIRT
Following his teammates to the dressing room, the boy showered and scrambled into street clothes.
DAN CARTER AND THE RIVER CAMPMILDRED A. WIRT
Dan heard the groans of dismay from his teammates and instinctively increased the tempo of his thrashing legs.
DAN CARTER AND THE RIVER CAMPMILDRED A. WIRT
He was flesh of one flesh, bone of one bone with his teammates.
ROUGH-HEWNDOROTHY CANFIELD
By this time the two pitchers had reached the Giants dugout, where most of their teammates had already gathered.
BASEBALL JOE, CAPTAIN OF THE TEAMLESTER CHADWICK
They had been teammates in the early days on the old Orioles of Baltimore, when that famous team had been burning up the League.
BASEBALL JOE, CAPTAIN OF THE TEAMLESTER CHADWICK
It was some time before Bert could get away from his enthusiastic admirers, and join the rest of his teammates.
BERT WILSON'S FADEAWAY BALLJ. W. DUFFIELD
It certainly did seem as though Tom had lost his nerve, and his teammates, who were not in on the secret yet, looked puzzled.
BERT WILSON'S FADEAWAY BALLJ. W. DUFFIELD
The runner raced around to third before he was stopped by the warning cries of his teammates.
BERT WILSON'S FADEAWAY BALLJ. W. DUFFIELD

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