smooth-rolling love

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  • Nice, smooth-rolling thick ink with a great ballpoint that just floats on the paper.

    Drive-by-Shooting Sundays: Writer Dad

  • The door, then, didn't so much swing open as slide away from him like a smooth-rolling drawer.

    Boiling a Frog

  • They pushed on until outside of the breakers and among the smooth-rolling waves, where the deepening water made poling difficult and they resumed their sculling.

    Dick in the Everglades

  • All of which is merely by way of stating that Miss Estella Benton was a young woman who had grown up quite complacently in that station of life in which -- to quote the Philistines -- it had pleased God to place her, and that Chance had somehow, to her astonished dismay, contrived to thrust a spoke in the smooth-rolling wheels of destiny.

    Big Timber A Story of the Northwest

  • From Cape Henlopen as the lower jaw there juts out a long, curving fang of high, smooth-rolling sand dunes, cutting sharp and clean against the still, blue sky above silent, naked, utterly deserted, excepting for the squat, white-walled lighthouse standing upon the crest of the highest hill.

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates : fiction, fact & fancy concerning the buccaneers & marooners of the Spanish Main

  • Such a perambulator Marie had never hoped for, nor dreamed of; it boasted every luxury of contrivance, from the umbrella basket, slung to the handles, to its C-springs and its big, smooth-rolling tyres.

    Married Life The True Romance

  • Oh, the exquisite dark intimacy of the interior of that smooth-rolling brougham!

    Sacred and Profane Love

  • From Cape Henlopen as the lower jaw there juts out a long, curving fang of high, smooth-rolling sand dunes, cutting sharp and clean against the still, blue sky above silent, naked, utterly deserted, excepting for the squat, white-walled lighthouse standing upon the crest of the highest hill.

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates; fiction, fact & fancy concerning the buccaneers & marooners of the Spanish main

  • From Cape Henlopen as the lower jaw there juts out a long, curving fang of high, smooth-rolling sand dunes, cutting sharp and clean against the still, blue sky above -- silent, naked, utterly deserted, excepting for the squat, white-walled lighthouse standing upon the crest of the highest hill.

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates

  • © 2010 Kwalwasser Ad Specialties, Inc. $50 and over  Lightweight luggage with built-in folding seat (available in laptop version):  With four smooth-rolling, multi - directional wheels and a patented curved handle, the bag rolls effortlessly beside you and gives extra "lean on" support.

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