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Streams which a boy could wade last March would now give an elephant a tussle.
There was a terrible tussle, but the white man finally killed his huge enemy.
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
"I'm quite sure that I don't want another sich a tussle," meditated the Deacon.
After the friendly tussle, the mother and daughter continued on their journey to the forks of the Shaeyela.
However the reis pluckily led the way, and seized him by the hind leg, when the crowd of men rushed in, and we had a grand tussle.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
There arose a mighty tussle, each in turn having the advantage, although Grettir always had one of them down.
Or was it the other bobcat that came around to smell the pelt of his mate, and gave you something of a tussle?
The look on Merriwell's face cut him like a keen knife and made him feel a fierce longing for the next tussle.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH
The pony kicked and squealed, giving Stacy a lively tussle for a few moments.
But I should say that to secure this end it would need a tussle quite as prolonged and as violent as has raged round Home Rule.

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