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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of schlep.


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  • Needless to say, I've been traumatized and have schlepped him back and forth to the vet 100 times in the past week.


  • I met enthusiastic friends at 6:30 a.m. and schlepped out to New Jersey to play at drab suburban clubs happy to charge us $150 to hack their crowded turf.

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  • While that has never extended to a refusal of birthday money from my parents, it has resulted in woefully little observance of that moment some decades ago when my mother schlepped through a snowstorm to have me.

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  • Near the end, we creative writing students were schlepped over to a local independent bookstore for a field trip.

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  • The kids from more affluent Tijuana neighborhoods were schlepped across the border to neighboring San Ysidro or Chula Vista in search of better treats.

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  • That way you could have schlepped around the National Mall tomorrow and sneered at the pedestrians.

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  • See, if you were in the opposite situation — say, at an Albert Heijn in the Netherlands outside of the major tourist areas, and schlepped up to the checkout with no bag, and then had to scramble to buy one — people would look at you like you were some kind of ingrate.

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  • They are technically the New York Giants, but ask anyone who's schlepped to MetLife stadium through the Lincoln Tunnel on a NJ Transit bus and you'll learn that the Giants are very much a New Jersey team as well.

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  • I schlepped around this state for many years, doing time in its finest universities and bars and auto impound lots before finally settling in Arlington County, a small Northern Virginia community founded by people who like voting and Salvadoran-style chicken.

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  • He gladly schlepped hockey pads, squash bags and lacrosse sticks to school everyday -- another signal to his immediate world that he had graduated from the elementary years.

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