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“Harry Shaughnessy made his way down the stairs cut into the steep hill, wondering how he was going to get across Shepard Road.”
“Noshing at the top of the food chain, we all receive a concentrated level of the environmental chemicals that persist in the air, water, and ground—because these contaminants have been ingested by all the animals that feed underneath us at each step, all the way down to the plants that grow in soil nourished by groundwater that has been steeped in industrial runoff before being eaten by the cow in the field.”
“Rubber-limbed and -faced, she lurches her way down the aisle, biting her veil like cotton candy, shoving aside guests, and curling up on a pew like a baby.”
“TipDrillz asked as we made our way down the long crowded hall of the Coliseum behind Make$ and his usual entourage to our dressing rooms.”
“Nazia hurried to catch up with Madam Qureshi, who was already clicking her way down the hall.”
“In a smooth, slow, steady pace it made its way down to the word good-bye.”
““Thank you, Matt, but we already had breakfast on our way down from Westville ...””
“Aurelia's one of the finest practical astrophysicists I've ever met," went on Kellogg, leading the way down another corridor, this time with no ceiling but the far-off roof of the dome itself.”
“Elsa said, Yes, but once we called and they came out and opened it for us, which seemed so perfectly Italian to me, that mix of inefficiency and kindness, of breaking the rules in both directionsnot opening when youre supposed to be open, but making an exception, especially in the case of food, and sending someone all the way down from the clubhouse to serve a hungry visiting player.”
“Alonso cut Rosberg up as the Mercedes driver made his way down the pit lane.”
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