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  • Ta-Kumsaw did not need to fear the thick fog that descended as he reached the Hio's mouth, pouring into the Mizzipy and getting lost in those stronger currents.

    He Don't Know Him

  • OMIGOD! she called out getting lost in the intensity of their coupling.


  • My worst nightmare used to be getting lost in here with a bunch of pahanas.


  • After getting lost a little, the Beetleful of sweaty lawyers finally found themselves in the parking lot of the Daytimer.

    Courting Trouble

  • Qwilleran said and went back to his own thoughts, recalling his incredible week in the Potatoes: getting lost in the woods, the unpleasant episode at the golf club, the horrifying accident at the waterfall, the pain and incapacitation that resulted, the washout and the prospect of being marooned on Tiptop, the ordeal on the muddy trail ...

    The Cat Who Moved A Mountain

  • Captain Randy Conover kept me from getting lost again.

    Paradise General

  • As if to break the pattern of my getting lost en route to golf, getting to Golf Club Garlenda proved not difficult.

    The Italian Summer

  • 'So on thirty acres that's - no, wait a minute, I'm getting lost in all the noughts …'

    No Laughing Matter

  • It was a twelve-mile walk, but we made it fourteen by getting lost among the desolate north London slums.

    Down and Out in Paris and London

  • After all, their flares had burned out, the weather was perilous, and getting lost on the Milne Ice Shelf could bring death in a hurry.

    Deception Point


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