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I would not just then have traded off that steamboat for several square miles of snow-capped sublimity.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
She knew it would be useless to go to Mr. Closewicks, where they usually traded.
He could not denounce her without proclaiming his own shame, and the clever woman traded on that.
Ive traded and sold everything from a thousand cattle to peddling collar-buttons at the Queens Jubilee.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Had you traded bows, you would have become a great hunter, and been able to get near the animals.
Like Tyre and Sidon, these places had their merchant princes, who lived delicately, and whose ships traded far and near.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
"Ugly Collins has either lost his time-card er has traded his wagon fer a airyplane," said the mentor.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Young Jethro Burns added a corral to the now useless warehouse and traded in livestock.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Her sailors have explored and traded all over the world, and naturally they have brought back many new words from East and West.
As to the iemschik's hesitation, either the rascal traded on the traveler's impatience or he really had good reason to fear.
MICHAEL STROGOFFJULES VERNE

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