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Sometimes the animal was caught in a trap which was nothing less than a hut of logs with a single entrance.
Haggard had disappeared with the celerity of a harlequin who jumps through a trap.
A patch of light fell clear on the side of the trap, and on Longcluse's ungloved hand as he leaned on it.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
A trap-door had opened in the floor of his consciousness; his first, early love sheltered in his aching heart again.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
But if they all pick up the broadcast that this is where to get a free ride home, I'll have just another sand trap here.
FEE OF THE FRONTIERHORACE BROWN FYFE
The tourist climbing tna, or Vesuvius' rugged side, puffs on though they perchance have long since ceased to smoke.
They have developed fishing and agriculture, and have brought the tourist into districts little visited before.
Mr. Frank Cook had insisted upon our being the guests of his firm on their tourist steamer Amasis.
My father knew him well, often talked to me about him, and told me stories of the excursion and tourist trade in its early days.
This was the first small beginning of that great tourist business which now encircles the habitable globe.

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