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  • Instead, I am on my feet again instantly, throwing on such clothes as I can manage while striving despite my awkward fumblings to look my best when I meet the beauteous Lady Blanche.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • I was half on my feet when Bernier struck me, and I lost my balance and went down again.


  • Not until I was well on my feet as a magazine-writer did I do much work for newspapers.

    Jack London: By Himself

  • I told about a ride through the woods on Robert Ray's bicycle: I was on the handlebars when Robert Ray hit a limb that sent me flying into the air like an acrobat and planted me on my feet three yards behind the bike.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • I do it betterer nor him: neat as pin on my feet and every step a masterpiece.

    Death of a Fool


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