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  • n. A drum kit


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  • Jim Trundle wasn't going to ask if there was any mail for him, that was plain to the curious onlookers; and their glances began to play back and forth between Carden and the cracker consumer, making demands on the former and condemning the latter for not more readily walking into the trap set for him.

    Northern Georgia sketches,

  • It had been he who, some days before, had cut the defiant delka deeply into one of the public boards on the Avenue of the Central Cylinder. “Those are brave lads, ” I had said to Marcus later. “But surely, ” he said, “the destroyed papers were not the records of the delta veterans. ” “No, ” I said. “They would have been moved secretly. ” “What was the purpose of all this? ” asked Marcus. “Many associate the veterans of the delta with the Delta Brigade, ” I said. “This was undoubtedly a trap set by Seremides.

    Magicians of Gor

  • In the forest of Senege the saint and his companions fell into a trap set by bandits who inhabited that solitude.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • The elder Cruz also had an abiding love for American jazz and a trap set in the basement in Old Bridge, N.J.— both of which he shared with his son.

    Unlocking the Keys to the Kit

  • So it must be a trap — and a trap set up specifically for her along her route from the hotel room to the Tongi Phon Institute.

    The Complete Federation Of The Hub


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