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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hitch-hike.


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  • Where Gwen (very pregnant) and Rhys say good-bye to Jack, who feels very guilty and hitch-hikes a ride off of Earth on an alien space ship.

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  • Three or four years ago, on-a one of my perennial hitch-hikes across the country, I ran into a chick, in Texas, by the name of Janis Joplin.

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  • I could let Emily, Tom and Curtis go ahead and take an extra day to finish, but that would probably mean a long series of hitch-hikes back to my car.


  • A young man's journal about how he travels/hitch-hikes around the country and stuff?

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