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  • For a moment or two I stood listening to the jink-jink-jingle sound, and then just beyond the silhouetted branches, down the center of the lighted street, there it came, the only kind of vehicle that could move on a night like this: a light, airy, one-seated sleigh drawn by a single slim horse trotting easily and silently through the snow.

    Time and Again

  • A one-seated buggy is Cupid's most formidable chariot.

    The Kentucky Ranger

  • "They will send down bye-and-bye for your luggage; it's only a one-seated affair outside."

    Medoline Selwyn's Work

  • The church [39] is of brick, in a grove of very beautiful live-oak trees wreathed with grapevines and hanging moss, under which were tied every conceivable description of horse and vehicle, from Mr. Pierce's six-seated carriage and pair of fine Northern horses to the one-seated sulkies, and mules saddled with cotton-bags.

    Letters from Port Royal Written at the Time of the Civil War (1862-1868)

  • Holman had only a one-seated buggy, so the two sisters drove and we preachers walked.

    Personal Experiences of S O Susag

  • He drove around Wetona in a sagging, one-seated cart and never made any money because he did honest work and charged as little for it as men who did not.

    One Basket

  • Old Captain Semple, in his rickety one-seated buggy, drove up the beach, the water rising in the wheel-tracks.

    The Heart of Rachael

  • Two officers and a courier with a folding bicycle, besides the Minister of War, had to be tucked away in a one-seated car.

    Six Red Months in Russia: An Observer's Account of Russia Before and During the Proletarian Dictatorship

  • The one-seated enemy machines never ventured out except in groups, and even with the advantage of two against one refused to fight.

    Georges Guynemer

  • On another occasion, November 9, he waged six battles with one-seated and two-seated machines, all of which made their escape, one after another, by diving.

    Georges Guynemer

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