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“Recommended If You Like: The Sox-Yankees rivalry, I95, making the honk-honk arm gesture at semi drivers, being able to do email or surf the web while you travel”
“The honk-honk chaos on the streets was hinted at by the chaos that greeted us at the airport, where people, 3-deep, waited at one conveyor belt delivering luggage from ten flights!”
“He pulled it out, and as he did so, he heard the honk-honk of a wild goose, and Nihka flew in at the door.”
“Nonsense," exclaimed the exasperated Billie, as the "Comet" dashed away with a contemptuous honk-honk, leaving the defeated mountaineer standing in the middle of the road.”
“It is going to be a real infant industry all by its lonesome; and already it is a pretty husky infant, with a loud honk-honk instead of a teething cry.”
“February afternoon to see the plover rise from the tussocks of brown grass at your feet, and go flying and wailing above you, in that broken-winged, broken-hearted way of theirs, or to watch the duck flying home across the sunset, with their strange honk-honk!”
“American burg, or honk-honk them cross country through farm lands we now better appreciate than before we saw Europe, by woods, lake and stream to camp in the warm summer, or spend winter nights in a land with us as hosts, a land where life is really worth living.”
“Out on the driveway a triumphant "honk-honk!" drew her attention.”
“He was fairly humming along when, suddenly, from around a curve in the highway he heard the "honk-honk" of an automobile horn.”
“Above, the sky was very blue, and the ruminating silence was broken only by the honk-honk of a distant motor.”
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