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  • So it was that Charmian remained obdurate, until, one day, I got her behind the Outlaw for a forty-mile drive.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • The sun had gone down, and he set out on a forty-mile trek with two guides.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The sun had gone down, and he set out on a forty-mile trek with two guides.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Winding up a seven - hundred-mile trip on the ice with a forty-mile run, he came into camp at six o'clock in the evening and found a "squaw dance" under way.

    The Gold Hunters of the North

  • The sun had gone down, and he set out on a forty-mile trek with two guides.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The sun had gone down, and he set out on a forty-mile trek with two guides.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Atlanta had become a paradise for the Charbydon races; the forty-mile radius of darkness that spread from the grounds of Mott Technologies and outward made the city a dark replica of their home world.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • The government was urging citizens to take frequent trips outside the forty-mile radius, and depending on where you were, that could happen almost daily or only on the weekends.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • The government was urging citizens to take frequent trips outside the forty-mile radius, and depending on where you were, that could happen almost daily or only on the weekends.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • Into that churning, forty-mile wide mass of primeval Charbydon gray.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

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