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“At this moment Mr. Palliser was sitting perfectly silent between Lady Hartletop and the Duke's daughter, and he gave a little spring in his chair as this sudden address was made to him.”
“When I walked past Butswinkas and Tobin at the defense table, I put a little spring in my step, crushed the cup in my hand, and tossed it in their wastebasket.”
“Beside the track, we found a spring in the mountainside and the substantial remains of a stone-built hammam to one side of the spring-cave.”
“It bounced harder, as if thwacking him with congratulations, but this was silly: he was walking with a spring in his step.”
“B Kilmer was married last spring in this neighborhood Robert Stewart I have seen lately. his wound seems to trouble him some he is not doing duty now George Schoppert & family are still here & well Jacob Light & family are here all well but him who is not so well now”
“He suffered from poison of another kind; for drinking at a spring in which some boughs of the manchineel had been thrown, the effects were so severe as, in the opinion of some of his friends, to inflict a lasting injury upon his constitution.”
“With the flower-tide of spring in 1849 came a new happiness to the two poets: the son who was born on the 9th of March.”
“Anna had none but she'd spent the first spring in Mississippi embroiled with the students of Clinton High School.”
“Because of the upright fetlocks I found it hard to judge the degree of spring in Chink's stride.”
“Sylvanus, god of the woods, emerged from the rows of trees, and began reciting verse to express his unhappiness at losing them, promising to double the number of deer and make a continual spring in the gardens if only she would never leave.”
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