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The bride's gown and that of one of the bridesmaids were "gophered," this being the first appearance of the new French style of trimming in the capital.
By way of contrast, every libertarian organization I ever gophered for treated me like family.
One of them, possessed of the prospector's instinct, had gophered a capful of the gravel from off the rim where the plunging tree-trunks had dug through the snow and exposed the outcropping bedrock, and, to satisfy his curiosity, had taken it down to camp for a test.