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  • As I understand your background, you have traveled the midroad from Soulend through the Westerhills, and the innercoast road all the way south to Zalt.

    Darkness

  • They also are a good hundred vingts to the west of the Westerhills on the midroad.

    Darkness

  • The soldier hearing this double clatter of hoofs became bewildered, and stood still in the midroad, or, if anything, inclined toward the thundering danger.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Whether the man was rattled by the collie's antics, -- whether he acted in sudden rage at her for startling him, whether he belonged to the filthy breed of motorist who recites chucklingly the record of his kills, -- he did not hold his midroad course.

    Further Adventures of Lad

  • "But the midroad runs through the quarasote hills and flats.

    Darkness

  • The northern high road to the east was long " even longer than the midroad from Iron Stem into the middle of Madrien.

    Darkness

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