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His second was a washout because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A COLLEGE PITCHER IS TRYING TO TURN THE THEFT OF HIS PROSTHETIC ARM INTO A CHARITY DRIVECINDY BORENMAY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
When the washout bowl was introduced it was considered perfection.
ELEMENTS OF PLUMBINGSAMUEL DIBBLE
He hurried down the track west of a curve which was a few hundred feet beyond the washout, and saw the train coming at full speed.
FACING THE WORLDHORATIO ALGER
One day as they lay in a washout, Wolf-Voice pointed to columns of dust far to the south.
JOHN ERMINE OF THE YELLOWSTONEFREDERIC REMINGTON
Right here there was a small washout in 84 the road, and Bob overlooked it.
RUTH FIELDING AT SUNRISE FARMALICE B. EMERSON
It was a mile or more to the washout in the road, but the excitement made him keen for the test.
THE DAUGHTER OF ANDERSON CROWGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
The huge automobile had struck the washout, and it was now lying at the base of the bluff, smashed to pieces on the rocks!
THE DAUGHTER OF ANDERSON CROWGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
At the head of the washout I spied some yellow long-horned Texas cattle, and gave them a wide berth.
AMERICAN BIG-GAME HUNTINGVARIOUS
Bob Starr was eager to see the washout, and decide for himself what chance of escape they might have had.
MEG OF MYSTERY MOUNTAINGRACE MAY NORTH
I never heard why; perhaps because it flows through so straight; the washout is too strong.
THE GERMAN CLASSICS OF THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES, VOLUME 11FRIEDRICH SPIELHAGEN

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