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I'd hoped to give you a change this winter—take you to Montreal and go skating and tobogganing, but that's done with.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
As it swallowed us we began to spiral rapidly around as though we were tobogganing down a giant corkscrew.
On the sporting side, this book takes up football, wrestling, and tobogganing.
In the afternoon we had rather an enjoyable time tobogganing down a steep talus-slope on the east coast.
Tobogganing has become not only a fashionable pastime amongst visitors, but also with the better class inhabitants of Innsbruck.
I hate cruelty: I never put a wicked stepmother in a barrel and send her tobogganing down a hill.
Some one must be tobogganing out there, some one very young and gay and incorrigibly certain of joy.
THE DARK TOWERPHYLLIS BOTTOME
There's a particularly good kind of bun in the village, and I think I can give you some rather useful tobogganing tips.
THE DARK TOWERPHYLLIS BOTTOME
First would pass a string of them walking, then a dozen or so tobogganing.
ANTARCTIC PENGUINSGEORGE MURRAY LEVICK
Were you at that tobogganing party where Captain Du Meresq hurt his ankle?
BLUEBELLMRS. GEORGE CROFT HUDDLESTON

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