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  • When he finally did go to sleep, he had this awful dream about being chased all over town by a whole lot of angry Baggetts who kept jumping out at him from behind corners, and even crawling out from under parked cars, looking like alligators wearing boots and black leather jackets.

    William S. And The Great Escape

  • We were fi lming the bit where Lady Harriet is being chased across the top of the mountain by the murderer.

    Death of a Scriptwriter

  • Closing her eyes, she saw her sister being chased through these woods, scrambling and falling through brambles and stinging nettles, finally caught and pinned down—


  • Riptide, the substitute flagship of Honigalus, was being chased northward up the Roads by the Princess Milyna and two heavy Cathran frigates.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • They were being chased by snarling wolves and humans with sharpsticks.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Out the door at the back standing open to the narrow alley, young children, being chased by older children, squealed as they ran through the cold rain.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • “What kind of supplies have I been carrying in that extra backpack for two days now, while being chased by cannibals, creatures from pits—and allosauruses ?”

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware


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