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" she wrongs again. Before one can cry she is wrong, she seems to have started forward, and to be a creature actively running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before... "
The Metropolitan - Page 331
1842
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 40

1842
...running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitful, and stumbling constantly. Before one can so much as...the air. Before she has well done that, she takes * 284 S85 deep dive into the water. Before she has gained the surface, she throws a summerset. The...
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Works, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...actively running of its own accord , with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before one can so much as wonder, she takes a big leap into the air. Before she has well done that , she takes a deep dive into the water. Before...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - United States - 1842 - 310 pages
...actively running of its own accord , with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before one can so much as wonder, she takes a big leap into the air. Before she has well done that , she takes a deep dive into the water. Before...
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Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 1

John Holmes Agnew - American periodicals - 1843
...failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling, constantly. Before one can eo much as wonder, she takes a high leap into the air....she has well done that, she takes a deep dive into tb« water. Before she has gained the surface, she throws a summerset. The instant she is on her legs,...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 1

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - American periodicals - 1843
...actively running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling, constantly. Before one can so much as wonder, she takes a high leap imo the air. Before she has well done that, she takes a deep dive into the water. Before she has gained...
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Genesis oder Geschichte der innern und aüssern Entwikkelung der englischen ...

Friedrich Albert Maennel - English language - 1846 - 192 pages
...running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through all -sort of holes and pitfalls, and stumbling constantly. Before one can so much as...surface, she throws a summerset. The instant she is again on her legs, she rushes backward. And so she goes on staggering, heaving, wrestling, diving,...
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The advanced prose and poetical reader, by A.W. Buchan

Alexander Winton Buchan - 1859
...actively running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before one can...water. Before she has gained the surface, she throws a somerset. The instant she is on her legs, she rushes backward. And so she goes on staggering, heaving,...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - United States - 1868 - 104 pages
...accord, with hroken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumhling constantly. Before one can so much as wonder, she...summerset. The instant she is on her legs she rushes hackward. And so she goes on staggering, heaving, wrestling, leaping, diving, jumping, pitching, throhhing,...
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The Works of Charles Dickens: Pickwick papers (1873)

Charles Dickens - 1877
...actually running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of holu and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before one can...well done that, she takes a deep dive into the water. I3efore she has gained the surface, she throws a somersault. The instant she is on her legs, she rushes...
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The Life and Writing of Charles Dickens: A Woman's Memorial Volume

Phebe Ann Hanaford - Authors, English - 1871 - 401 pages
...actively running of its own accord, with broken knees and failing legs, through every variety of hole and pitfall, and stumbling constantly. Before one can...water. Before she has gained the surface, she throws a somerset. The instant she is on her legs, she rushes backward. And so she goes on, staggering, heaving,...
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