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  • In the photograph, it's easy to see the wind is blowing with the tree branches bent westward, his mother caught in mid-stride some five feet or so behind his father, staring away from the camera, and his father fully facing the camera.

    The Bottom Field

  • Really, though, the tradition goes back hundreds of years to Antoine "Pre-Prefontaine" Cadillac captured mid-stride here.

    Ben Falik: Hot to Trot: The Tradition Before the Tradition

  • A sound that freezes her in mid-stride like a blast of frigid Arctic air: the ka-chunk of a round being chambered.

    Etched in Bone

  • Another pop, and the spearwoman was gone as well, caught in mid-stride.

    Trial of Seven

  • As the raft draws closer I watch the sow pause mid-stride to look back for her cubs, and my heart quakes.

    Ice cold in Alaska

  • When he pulled his shoe away, the squirrel had stopped moving, its legs paused mid-stride.

    Around Power Lines

  • I like to bring a water bottle with me on my runs for those mid-stride liquid replacements.

    My Five Best Tips for Starting Runners | myFiveBest

  • Then Kinsman felt a searing pain in his right calf and halted mid-stride.

    Fallout

  • For Socrates it was his bread and butter, something he nonchalantly pulled off in congested midfields, surprising not just his opponents, but often his teammates too, who would suddenly receive assists in mid-stride.

    Remembering Brazil's Soccer Philosopher King

  • On the game's third snap, it was tight end Travis Beckum, who started on his own 33, ran to the Packers' 35, caught Manning's pass mid-stride, weaved his way through two tacklers and ended in the end zone to give the Giants the game's initial lead.

    Giants Take Perfect Pack to the Brink

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