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And the care-free heart outspans Where the camp-fires star the slopes, And time and tears and the troubled past Seem lost in tomorrow's hopes.
He brings his waggon with him, and outspans on some open space within the town.
Following Mushroom Valley, we trekked, with two brief outspans only, to
British commando halted to-day would not reach Fauresmith until evening to-morrow; a Boer _paarde kommando_ will have done its fifty miles by the time one of our 'crawlers' outspans for breakfast.
You’re just jealous because a) of my Sylvia Plath’s cat remark a few weeks ago, and b) that my ass outspans your ass by a comfortable margin.