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  • Rodosto; but meeting with a reinforcement, they had re-trod their steps.

    The Last Man

  • Over the head of pleading love stretched the arm of stony-eyed duty, striking into the dust the crystal drops, withering the palms; and following her stern beckon, the thirsty pilgrim re-trod the sands of surrender, more intolerable than before, because the oasis was still in sight.

    At the Mercy of Tiberius

  • The step in being thus gained, can never be lost, nor can it be re-trod; for neither party will be again what the other wants.

    Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli

  • The three men now slowly returned from their useless chase, and re-trod the way they had passed once in such a hurry that they could hardly recognize it.

    Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 2

  • The step in being thus gained, can never be lost, nor can it be re-trod; for neither party will be again what the other wants.

    Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume I

  • When we arrived at Kishan, we learnt, that on hearing of the advance of Lord Raymond and his detachment, the Turkish army had retreated from Rodosto; but meeting with a reinforcement, they had re-trod their steps.

    II.1

  • When we arrived at Kishan, we learnt, that on hearing of the advance of Lord Raymond and his detachment, the Turkish army had retreated from Rodosto; but meeting with a reinforcement, they had re-trod their steps.

    The Last Man

  • Rodosto; but meeting with a reinforcement, they had re-trod their steps.

    The Last Man

  • His existence as an American icon has been so trod and re-trod that there is no longer anything meaningful in presenting him ironically.

    Sadly, No!

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