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  • From there the way ahead plunged alarmingly to follow the fall of waters down a roaring fork of the Pigeon River.

    Cold Mountain

  • But once he reached the stairs, he took them two at a time in order to get to Kirk O'Field way ahead of Traquair.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • And so I dutifully responded to my grandmother’s questions, about whether I shared Lea’s passion for riding, and how I thought I would cope in an American school, a question that bemused me, since Lea had assured me that I would be way ahead in math and science.

    Dreaming in French

  • Some way ahead Banokles saw Olganos dismount just before the crest of a low hill and creep to the top, peering out over the open land beyond.

    Shield of Thunder

  • A great deal of want-to-see for a movie is generated on the Internet; computer-literate kids are way ahead of their elders who are not so computer-literate.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • I thought I was way ahead of you on the figuring-out.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Instead of having twenty such pictures, he has only nineteen, which puts him way ahead of everyone except contactees.

    Space Ships of the Visitors


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