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We were driven over in a troika, or droshky, with one horse trotting in the middle and one on each side, in full gallop.
Death, with the grin on his fleshless face, is hurrying them along to it as fast as his troika can go.
RAEMAEKERS' CARTOONSLOUIS RAEMAEKERS
We mounted our troika, the postillion shouted, and set off on a run.
The gate was wide open and out into the street, careering with all its bells jingling, came a troika.
Troika, troi′ka, n. a Russian vehicle having three horses abreast.
In half an hour by the clock I was told I could have a troika at once, in consideration of my special passport.
The horses came very promptly, one troika to Schmidt's lodgings and the other to mine.
Under a shed they found a troika, or three-horse sleigh, with the horses ready harnessed, in charge of a man dressed as a mujik.
If I wished to follow the course of the troika, the road on the right was the one to choose.
DARIELR. D. BLACKMORE
She also sprang from the troika, and held Paul by the wrist.
THE SHADOW OF THE CZARJOHN R. CARLING

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