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“After a day of hammering the Z4 up and down mountain roads, winding it out in third gear—the perfect mountain-road ratio—and getting a full-blown case of convertible hair, my instantaneous mileage readout said 25.2 miles per gallon.”
“Finally, after more than an hour of truly creative mountain-road maneuvers in the slushy snow, someone at the bottom got word and put up a roadblock to stop the train of locals from coming up to see the snow.”
“As he explained to his limping disciple, a man bred among mountains can prophesy the course of a mountain-road, and though low-lying clouds might be a hindrance to a short-cutting stranger, they made no earthly difference to a thoughtful man.”
“The pair of broncos that Mrs. Yellett was driving humped their backs like cats as they climbed the steep mountain-road.”
“He was returning when he had an encounter with a bear, and was detained on the mountain-road for several hours.”
“Yes, but the folks here say that the other is a wild mountain-road, and not much used.”
“A sun-burnt, dark-eyed young Virginian now guides us up the mountain-road to the Springs, where we find a full-blown Ems set in the midst of the wilderness.”
“I sank back in the stage as it rolled down the mountain-road, and fairly covered my eyes with my hands, as I repeated Webster's boast: "Thank God! I too am an American.”
“N. from Le Monastier by diligence along a beautiful mountain-road is Le Puy.”
“N.W. from Annonay by coach, traversing a beautiful mountain-road, is St. Etienne.”
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