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“Trot' is an exciting dude," Eagles cornerback Lito Sheppard said.”
“Trot is trying to make a good strong throw to somebody.”
“Trot is locked in at the plate," Boston manager Joe Kerrigan said.”
“I want to go to Sky Island," said Button-Bright to the umbrella, using the name Trot had given him.”
“We can't move our feet a bit!" called Trot, speaking as loud as she could.”
“In his January 24 article, Bernard Avishai asks (in confident parentheses): "does anyone really believe all that 'Trot' nonsense about Israeli 'imperialism'?”
“But there are, as Mr. Bevis pointed out, other more standard "Trot" allegations; prominent among them is that Israel is a tool of Western, particularly American, imperial designs, originally implanted into the Middle East in order to perpetuate an exhausted colonial system.”
“He ordered them to wheel into line to the left, and, without the usual first orders to "Trot" and then to "Gallop," he directed his trumpeter to sound "Charge!" and he at once turned his horse towards the enemy, and started, with his staff officer and orderly, at a gallop to lead the attack.”
“Walk, -- March," "Trot," rang out to the Battery, and we trotted ahead down the hill, plunged down a villainous spruit, and came up on to the level, under a pretty heavy fire from the kopje on our left.”
“Trot," said Dean, and without other word the little column quickened the pace.”
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