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It is as if my imagination were an old work-horse suddenly released from its accustomed tip-cart and handed over to a gay young knight who is setting forth in quest of dragons.
Joe has been trying to drive that tip-cart, and the horse ran away with him twice.
Then there were several thuds, followed by a rumble that was unmistakable -- falling masonry; it was the noise that bricks make when they dump them from a tip-cart, only smothered by the thickness of the cavern floor.
With the early light, Yaxis was off, to the south, pushing his tip-cart before him and calling aloud -- bananas and fruit and the joy of
Again I bore a brief interruption from two young women, who, propelled in a tip-cart by a single donkey, parleyed with me about a wagon taken by somebody, from somewhere, at some time.
Gluttonous, ugly and lazy, rough as a tip-cart to ride,
"You can't have your husband driving a tip-cart for John Leach.
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