Oraciones con la palabra "tramp"

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1. But you're not a tramp.
2. The tramp handed him the reins.
3. The waiter thinks I’m a tramp.
4. Where's the old tramp steamer now?
5. The speech of man and tramp of horse.
6. What did that little tramp want?
7. The tramp blinked, then lowered his head.

8. Some flatfoot tramp on it in the morning.
9. Colonel Orlov's old tramp steamer, the S.
10. It’s a tramp, he whispered to Rod.
11. A tramp fell down behind me on the path.
12. Hello, you tramp, he cal ed, moving.
13. You God damn tramp, he said viciously.
14. The little dead hearts will tramp ungrieving.
15. Each night we’d tramp out to Lisbon airport.
16. In an instant the tramp of horses galloping.
17. Sisi is a beautiful girl but she is a tramp.
18. That stuck up, long-eared tramp! she said.
19. It's highly possible the old tramp steamer sank.
20. Hey you want to earn more? The tramp nodded.
21. Basically, Josie, you've the mentality of a tramp.
22. He was interrupted by a tramp of feet on the stair.
23. I can help you catch it again, said the tramp.
24. It was a difficult tramp they had with their prisoner.
25. The tramp smiled and said: Well, that’s fine then.
26. His father's a real tramp, doesn't own half of the city.
27. The tramp shuffled out of the alley to buy rot-gut booze.
28. The tramp of many feet gave cadence to their efforts as.
29. You little tramp, do you think he cares about you?
30. Mom called the cashier a little tramp who liked to torment.
31. In the deathlike stillness only the tramp of horses was heard.
32. In this setting I am but the tramp in the presence of a lady.
33. Thinking that he was a tramp, they pushed him into the street.
34. March! Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are (atitudes!) parching.
35. He always used the back garden entrance when dressed as a tramp.
36. You're far too intelligent and too well educated to be a tramp.
37. They have branded her a tramp, a whore, and many other insults.
38. There was no other sound of pursuit, neither tramp of feet, nor.
39. Well yes, a religious tramp, though he is a holy man, yet he is a.
40. From the vagrant to the tramp, the race is maintained in its purity.
41. The birth, the hasting after the physician, the beggar's tramp, the.
42. There was a tramp of feet outside the tent, almost a military rhythm.
43. Id always intended to tramp the forests, but not totally unprepared.
44. That whoring tramp is probably out there with some stranger, Mr.
45. She was an arrogant tramp that loved to show it off to everyone!.
46. Here a happy tramp could find shelter and drink himself into oblivion.
47. It wasn't that sort of question she'd want to tramp right into, either.
48. Other turnkeys came, and then was heard the regular tramp of soldiers.
49. In my jeans, scuffed desert boots and black shirt I felt like a tramp.
50. No; nonsense, I tell you! shouted the tramp who stood next to him.
51. But Teig sat on, a-holding his tongue; and the tramp of the strangers'.
52. Teig stopped a moment on the threshold until the tramp of her feet had.
53. The tramp pulled off his jacket and hung it over the edge of the dumpster.
54. The tramp peered at him, his eyes goggling with suspicion, confusion and.
55. This would be his final year; he intended to return to his life as a tramp.
56. Their cries and the tramp of their feet passed into the City and died away.
57. Sis then began lamenting about how her old fiance left her for a busty tramp.
58. After getting to a hotel, convincing them that he wasn’t a tramp, cleaning.
59. I was pretty smart and well dressed in London, and now I was a regular tramp.
60. We don’t have time for every tramp that comes along… Ilona protested.
61. Just a few minutes in the hold of that old tramp steamer, he muttered angrily.
62. Presently the familiar tramp was heard in the dusk, and she ran out to meet him.
63. Well, said the tramp, you were pretty clear the other day in the saloon.
64. The tramp was about to drop his piss stained boxers before Caramarin stopped him.
65. The tramp was walking beside him, almost "feeling his elbow," as the soldiers say.
66. She had that ‘I’m a wild thing’ look about her, and she had a tramp stamp.
67. The tramp of regular footsteps at the other end of the street interrupted their laughter.
68. The window is made of roughly painted wood and the tramp notices the broken pane of glass.
69. Gabriel Andersen turned his steps toward the fringe of blue lace for a tramp in the woods.
70. I had always wanted to sail on a tramp steamer, and she was the closest thing I could find.
71. Not for this, to tramp up and down their rooms all night, not for this had they left Kunitz.
72. Sitting vigil until she signals and he is again by her side as they tramp purgatory together.
73. He pounced on the nearest tramp, breaking his neck instantly as the vampire plunged his fangs.
74. Down the corridor arms clanged and the tramp and shouting of men echoed under the vaulted roof.
75. Or maybe I just preferred Schwarzenegger to another turn with Benji or The Lady and the Tramp.
76. There was a quick command from Captain Jaffery on the front porch and the rapid tramp of feet.
77. We had just got into K——, I and another tramp, Eptinie; he had no family name, that fellow.
78. Travis was press for time but if this was what was needed to shut the tramp up, he would oblige.
79. Johnny turned, ripping his arm from Jeb's grip to gape at the tramp, Sippers, as if upon a ghost.
80. He remembered an old tramp he used to watch down by the underground station near where he lived.
81. One was showing off her bellybutton ring, and another was asking his opinion of her tramp stamp.
82. On an old tramp steamer? It was ludicrous! The epitome of stupidity, ignorance, irresponsibility.
83. Pretending to be Ray, Max visited the doctor that Ray Forbes had consulted before becoming a tramp.
84. He turned around and recognized the small tramp from the saloon, the one with whom he had played poker.
85. You tell Phil you’ve slept with another man, he calls you a tramp, and the relationship is permanently.
86. And then, at last, they heard their father throw down his boots and tramp upstairs in his stockinged feet.
87. The poor Soldier had nothing but his musket left; so he mounted this on his shoulder and set out on a tramp.
88. Behind the company the sound of wheels, the creaking of springs, and the tramp of horses’ hoofs were heard.
89. My father called her a tramp and he would not have said something as nasty without knowing something concrete.
90. Be so impressed with the value of a man that you treat even a beggar or the tramp with the most distinguished.
91. The dead man strode straight on, looking neither to right nor left, his pace as changeless as the tramp of doom.
92. I made a fine tramp and a fair drover; and here I was ushered by a prim butler into this temple of gracious ease.
93. A couple of happy shoppers mistake him for a tramp in someone's cast-offs, a missing person in a dead man's suit.
94. In an instant the tramp of horses galloping forward was heard, shouts came from various sides, and then more shots.
95. At the edge of Hampstead Heath we heard a policeman's heavy tramp, and laying the child on the pathway, we waited.
96. It was the wrong time of the year for a tramp, he had argued with her, but she was the expert, the tramping fanatic.
97. But then we heard the tramp of men coming to the door, and heard them begin to fumble with the pad-lock, and heard a.
98. It was six o'clock when Maslova returned to her cell, weary and foot-sore from the long tramp over the stone pavement.
99. Just as she was thinking she might let Steve in, Alicia caught sight of him and shouted Get that tramp out of here.
100. Onward to the dead sea they tramp to drink, unslaked and with horrible gulpings, the salt somnolent inexhaustible flood.
1. He was tramping through eternity.
2. I had spent much of the day tramping 120.
3. Who’s tramping around down there?
4. Music swirled around her, drowning out the tramping.
5. Suddenly they heard a horse tramping in front of them.
6. No troops raised the red dust with their tramping feet.
7. We soon found ourselves tramping about the city on errands.
8. All this tramping around in the woods without proper shoes.
9. A noise of tramping feet and harsh shouts: Orcs were coming up.
10. Here the children straying westward so long? so wide the tramping?
11. The ruffians came tramping along the East Road, and without halting.
12. This tramping to and fro soothed and at the same time intoxicated him.
13. There is tramping of feet overhead, and ropes and chains are dragged along.
14. No more tramping the streets begging for a job! No more hungry children at home.
15. On snow, even tramping out the symbols will show clearly until the next snowfall.
16. He thought of his wife, Barbara, away with her tramping club in the Milford Sound.
17. Already they seemed to have been tramping on, on, endlessly to the mountains' roots.
18. Each evening, Louie saw the slaves tramping back in, their clothes packed with booty.
19. Since dawn I've been tramping around the whole thonga-trampled area looking for you.
20. The air reverberated with the clashing of the strains; the ground shook with the tramping of.
21. Charles, who had been tramping about his room for some time, singing to himself, now came down.
22. Trevor stopped tramping up and down and faced Aidme, looking as though he wanted to head-butt it.
23. Everybody kept quite still while the twelve men came tramping back into their places in the pews.
24. A young man was tramping through the snow with a great bundle of branches tied to his back with a measure of vine.
25. And then they were silent, and the tramping of the horses’ feet along the highroad was the only sound to be heard.
26. It was the wrong time of the year for a tramp, he had argued with her, but she was the expert, the tramping fanatic.
27. He led a vagabond life, coming or tramping from time to time to Yasnaya Polyana to help Tolstoi copy his manuscripts.
28. Winfield ran for the car door, and he met the three men tramping up the cat-walk, and he stood aside while they came in.
29. Ten minutes tramping through tree filled gullies, lantana clad ridges and scratchy re-growth, brought us to my boundary with the State Forest.
30. Here we are and here we shall have to stay, unless any one fancies tramping the long open miles back to the river with Smaug on the watch!.
31. All the first dances were over with and Spencer and I had danced well together, our feet moved timeously without tramping on the other’s toes.
32. As for the Boar House, perhaps I would have gone there if I’d had the legs for it, but tramping through the snow, I began to fade physically.
33. From time to time d'Urberville exhibited a sort of fierce distress at the sight of the tramping he had driven her to undertake by his misdemeanour.
34. Zhilín heard the tramping of horses; somebody rode by, and the Tartars gathered at the mosque; they quarrelled and shouted, and talked about the Russians.
35. While the woman whom I have ruined is tramping the weary road to penal servitude, I will be receiving congratulations, and paying visits with my young wife.
36. A while there there was a group of boys doing just that, tramping through the woods with rifles, leaving empty beer cans, bodies of the birds and squirrels they shot.
37. At the end of the hour, from behind the gates came the clatter of chains, the tramping of feet, voices of command, coughing and the low conversation of a large crowd.
38. I stuck my hands into the pockets of my coat since it was getting quite cold and started tramping up the hill towards the field that I had gathered bedding in earlier.
39. Always though you could hear the tramping of boots, the rattle of curb chains, the creak of harness and the clatter and rumble of wheels that never stopped day or night.
40. Have I done something wrong then Sir? But no answer came from the RSM he just kept on steaming ahead tramping his way along the duck boards oblivious to everything else.
41. The good doctor came tramping up the hill, stumbling over cobbles that were more stone than paving, having abandoned his coach-and-horses, fearful of crippling them with such a climb.
42. This Gavrilka, while still tramping about, had been mixed up in some way with the Lomofs (his confinement in one jail was for quite a short sentence, for desertion from the army and tramping).
43. They both led tramping lives, and this woman in Gerrard Street here had been married very young, over the broomstick (as we say), to a tramping man, and was a perfect fury in point of jealousy.
44. Meg rather approved of the new arrangement at first, and found it a relief to know that John was having a good time instead of dozing in the parlor, or tramping about the house and waking the children.
45. On the second weekend they made the perilous, three hundred and fifty metre ascent up the escarpment to the tablelands where they spent two days and a night tramping between swamps, covered in mud to deter biting insects.
46. When this great crowd came back escorting the Master into the city, Bartimeus, hearing the heavy tramping of the multitude, knew that something unusual was happening, and so he asked those standing near him what was going on.
47. Father felt that there was only so much smelling salts that Mother could take before she risked becoming an addict, and it was clear that she was not going to stay conscious as long as Matilda was tramping around on her carpet.
48. A tall, broad-shouldered young fellow, with a cropped head, a felt basin of a hat, and a flyaway coat, came tramping down the road at a great pace, walked over the low fence without stopping to open the gate, straight up to Mrs.
49. Captain Sargas shrugged his shoulder, That I don’t know, but I do know that I’m grateful to be the captain of this ship, which means I get to stay on board in the morning and not go tramping around that forbidden forest.
50. Tare and ages, what way would I be resting at all, he muttered thickly, and I tramping Dublin this while back with my share of songs and himself after me the like of a soulth or a bullawurrus? My hell, and Ireland's, is in this life.
51. Looking in a mirror he was startled to see a much thinner reflection of himself than he remembered: it looked remarkably like the young nephew of Bilbo who used to go tramping with his uncle in the Shire; but the eyes looked out at him thoughtfully.
52. He walked to and fro all the length of the room, stopping sometimes to gnaw the finger-tips of his right hand with a lurid sideways glare fixed on the floor; then, with a sullen, repelling glance all round, he would resume his tramping in savage aloofness.
53. You'd think Paris would have taught me a lesson! A sleepless night followed by a day tramping the hot and humid streets of Barcelona, followed by another sleepless night on the deck of a pitching ferry, left us both exhausted and ill tempered, but it was worth it.
54. There was a great cloud of red dust coming up the street and from the cloud came the sound of the tramping of many feet and a hundred or more negro voices, deep throated, curiously at the sweating black men, picks and shovels over their shoulders, careless, singing a hymn.
55. Marie-Laure is rereading Twenty Thousand Leagues—I could make out long ribbons of sea wrack, some globular and others tubular, laurenciae, cladostephae with their slender foliage—not far from the rue Cuvier gate when a group of children comes tramping through the leaves.
56. He began with the woman punished for the illicit sale of spirits, the boy for theft, the tramp for tramping, the incendiary for setting a house on fire, the banker for fraud, and that unfortunate Lydia Shoustova imprisoned only because they hoped to get such information as they required from her.
57. The wary officer answered, ‘Your Excellency! You know how, since the first moment this district was put under my control, the massive mountains have heard the hoof-fall of the mounted police, and the vast valleys have resounded to their tramping feet, so that we have crossed and criss-crossed even the smallest area of the land.
58. How can we tramping barefoot into battle? How can we tolerate them with their champagnes and endure these scavengers in our midst with their varnished boots when our boys are their pates of Strasbourg when our soldiers are shivering about their camp fires and gnawing moldy bacon? I call upon every loyal Confederate to cast them out.
59. Tramping through the jelly the enemy were soon covered to the knees in jelly, for a short time the jelly was just a minor nuisance that escaped the attention of the captains who were eager to clash with this small band of rebels; when the central column were well advanced towards the small force of Tolteca and the flanks were into the cross section of jelly.
60. It had been brought to Teresa Panza, Sancho's wife, as well, and she with her hair all loose and half naked, dragging Sanchica her daughter by the hand, ran out to meet her husband; but seeing him coming in by no means as good case as she thought a governor ought to be, she said to him, How is it you come this way, husband? It seems to me you come tramping and footsore, and looking more like a disorderly vagabond than a governor.
61. It was as he journeyed from town to town collecting the king's taxes, that he noted down those bits of inn and wayside life and character that abound in the pages of "Don Quixote:" the Benedictine monks with spectacles and sunshades, mounted on their tall mules; the strollers in costume bound for the next village; the barber with his basin on his head, on his way to bleed a patient; the recruit with his breeches in his bundle, tramping along the road singing; the reapers gathered in the venta gateway listening to "Felixmarte of Hircania" read out to them; and those little Hogarthian touches that he so well knew how to bring in, the ox-tail hanging up with the landlord's comb stuck in it, the wine-skins at the bed-head, and those notable examples of hostelry art, Helen going off in high spirits on Paris's arm, and Dido on the tower dropping tears as big as walnuts.
62. Tramping the hills and breathing upland air,.
1. I gingerly tramped around in the long grass.
2. Sacobie had tramped many miles--all the way from.
3. As they tramped along Trask essayed a cautious question.
4. The newly spliced couple tramped onto the dirty soil of the.
5. The excess was spread, tramped down perfectly flat and smooth.
6. Miners called in the streets as they tramped in gangs to work.
7. Then, on the flank of their workmen they tramped on, following.
8. Last out the gate tramped the Ninth Legion of the Imperial Nodosaurs.
9. They tramped off, anxious and downhearted, under the eyes of the crowd.
10. They tramped down the earth, and again sat down in a row near the grave.
11. Jim warn't on his island, so I tramped off in a hurry for the crick, and.
12. Without hesitation, Locke tramped into the weeds at the end of the fence line.
13. While the rest of the POWs tramped past him, the injured man was left where he lay.
14. And after that, we all tramped back into the house for some well-earned sandwiches.
15. They then filled the grave with earth and tramped upon it until it would hold no more.
16. Her throat suddenly contracted and shadows and the feet tramped off into the darkness.
17. Almost immediately, THUMP, THUMP, THUMP, down the stairs tramped Ben Butcher, the able seaman.
18. Jody tramped down, scuffling his shoes in a way he had been told was destructive to good shoe-leather.
19. In seconds a set of heavy footsteps tramped across the floor above him, accompanied by muffled voices.
20. The four friends tramped across the courtyard towards the stables, dreaming of the High Winter Festival.
21. Behind him lay the smoking ruins of Atlanta to which the torch had been set as the blue army tramped out.
22. Earth was shovelled in and tramped down about the chest until the bottom of the grave showed level and uniform.
23. Meg leaned against her mother, looking the image of despair, and Jo tramped about the room, calling Laurie names.
24. The group in blue shuffled their feet and looked embarrassed and after several clearings of throats, they tramped out.
25. After the season’s work he tramped to the nearest settlement and holed up for the winter drinking to his last coin.
26. And the end of the road his varnished boots upon a bitter road where hunger tramped with tireless stride and was death.
27. As I tramped along, the rearmost of the four, I could not help smiling at the appearance of my three companions in front.
28. Depends on whether Books is snoring again, Maldynado muttered, but he lifted a gloved hand in parting and tramped indoors.
29. He tramped on, skirting pools of stagnant water – thanking his stars that he hadn’t blundered into one of those in the darkness.
30. He tramped over the old cobbled streets as twilight fell, on through the square, past the closed shops and towards the blacksmith's.
31. Thanks for FUCKING NOTHING! he tramped to the front door, swung the door open so hard it cracked the wall behind it and bounced back.
32. Pride was perhaps the dominant emotion as they retraced with their eyes the ridges and valleys they’d tramped over and through to get here.
33. Nearly due west the broad swath of the marching Orcs tramped its ugly slot; the sweet grass of Rohan had been bruised and blackened as they passed.
34. I don’t know how you did that since I saw a man run a sword through you, but if you rescued me, why did you take me there? She tramped ahead.
35. Wishing there was a sign that said Royal Oaks, Petra tramped after Emory past black and white timbered cottages with thatched roofs, millponds and barns.
36. Only the flight deck up front was heated, so the men in the rear tramped around in fleece jackets, fur-lined boots, and, sometimes, electrically heated suits.
37. There were pandanus palms beside the road and the horse tramped through their fallen fronds making a sharp crunching noise that he remembered from a long time ago.
38. He was grave and pale now, and looked decidedly more like the novel heroes whom she admired, but he neither slapped his forehead nor tramped about the room as they did.
39. As he lay there, feet tramped outside, livid faces appeared again at the door, and Louie felt himself struck with rocks, stabbed with sticks, and slapped with wads of spit.
40. When they finally tramped down there, they found one of Taktor's men named Ilumvi, Estwig, and a large man who was probably half Elf, half Dwarf and a laboratory muscle pill.
41. A view made infinitely more significant now they’d tramped, waded, clambered and sometimes crawled over and through it, getting scratched, bitten and stung in the process.
42. This here ol’ woman tramped into Antonio Domenico’s hospital room–all by herself, mind ya’–and asked if he’d be interested in payin’ the cost a’ the surgery.
43. They drove to Mount Coot-tha and tramped up the track, but there was only a disappointing trickle, made even more unsatisfactory by having to share it with about a thousand others.
44. Heathcliff, on second thoughts, resolved to avoid a struggle against the three underlings; he seized the poker, smashed the lock from the inner door, and made his escape as they tramped in.
45. From morning till night these thousands of men, the greater portion of them starving and in rags, tramped angrily through the mud, venting their hatred in abusive epithets and acts of violence.
46. The spectacle presented by these men - some of them with grey heads and beards - as they marked time or tramped along singing this childish twaddle, would have been amusing if it had not been disgusting.
47. He loved the little pokey kitchen, where men's boots tramped, and the dog slept with one eye open for fear of being trodden on; where the lamp hung over the table at night, and everything was so silent.
48. As he tramped along gaily, he thought of his adventures and escapes, and how when things seemed at their worst he had always managed to find a way out; and his pride and conceit began to swell within him.
49. When I was in prison, I thought: When the tramped through my world with slimy feet and there was no place left where I could take war is over, I can go back to the old life and the old dreams and watch the shadow show again.
50. At the same time, they were very neatly dressed, made no collection, refused the halfpence offered them; and the people around could not understand the conduct of this rustic fiddler, who tramped the roads with that pretty child who sang like an angel from Heaven.
51. They marched about the streets singing their Marseillaise, `Work, Boys, Work and be contented', to the tune of `Tramp, tramp, tramp the Boys are marching', and at intervals as they tramped along, they gave three cheers for Sir Graball, Tariff Reform, and - Plenty of Work.
52. The men murmured, though they did not let their murmurings reach the ears of their implacable master, who tramped the poop day and night in gloomy majesty, or pored over ancient charts and time- yellowed maps, reading in tomes that were crumbling masses of worm-eaten parchment.
53. Sometimes, during the first months of the year, when her husband came to breakfast with her and tramped up and down the room, she would say to him a few religious words, always spoken with angelic sweetness, yet with the firmness of a woman to whom approaching death lends a courage she had lacked in life.
54. However, as he tramped into London it seemed to him that they were making the flagstones ring on the road to the Acropolis, and that if Socrates saw them coming he would bestir himself and say "my fine fellows," for the whole sentiment of Athens was entirely after his heart; free, venturesome, high-spirited.
55. There were days on which Sara tramped through snow when she went on her errands; there were worse days when the snow melted and combined itself with mud to form slush; there were others when the fog was so thick that the lamps in the street were lighted all day and London looked as it had looked the afternoon, several years ago, when the cab had driven through the thoroughfares with Sara tucked up on its seat, leaning against her father's shoulder.
56. But no weather interfered fatally with my walks, or rather my going abroad, for I frequently tramped eight or ten miles through the deepest snow to keep an appointment with a beech tree, or a yellow birch, or an old acquaintance among the pines; when the ice and snow causing their limbs to droop, and so sharpening their tops, had changed the pines into fir trees; wading to the tops of the highest hills when the show was nearly two feet deep on a level, and shaking down another snow-storm on my head at every step; or sometimes creeping and floundering thither on my hands and knees, when the hunters had gone into winter quarters.
57. The worthy carrier, whose unholy thoughts kept him awake, was aware of his doxy the moment she entered the door, and was listening attentively to all Don Quixote said; and jealous that the Asturian should have broken her word with him for another, drew nearer to Don Quixote's bed and stood still to see what would come of this talk which he could not understand; but when he perceived the wench struggling to get free and Don Quixote striving to hold her, not relishing the joke he raised his arm and delivered such a terrible cuff on the lank jaws of the amorous knight that he bathed all his mouth in blood, and not content with this he mounted on his ribs and with his feet tramped all over them at a pace rather smarter than a trot.
58. We were a sorry bunch of campers as we tramped,.
1. They were tramps.
2. Barring tramps, not one.
3. Or Salesmen Tramps and so on.
4. Tramps and beggars lay asleep at the.
5. This saying may be applied even more fitly to the tramps.
6. They won’t have no crop tramps in the county hospital.
7. I don't wish to speak disrespectfully of these tramps at all.
8. He was one of those seasoned tramps I've spoken about earlier.
9. Stepan took his part, and deprived the tramps of their winnings.
10. Besides us five, there were three other tramps, just brought in.
11. Save for the expression of the faces, London seemed a city of tramps.
12. Breckenridge, who was talking to a couple of saddle tramps seated at a.
13. They waited to be told as much, but after a few moments realized mere bunch of tramps.
14. The tramps poured their abuse on him; but when they attacked him, he got the better of them.
15. What terrible agonies and privations some of them, the tramps for instance, had 956 of 967.
16. These tramps had gambled with a young prisoner of some means and deprived him of all his money.
17. There was also a sprinkling of those unfortunate outcasts of society - tramps and destitute, drunken loafers.
18. When the Governor asked how the fight had come about, the tramps declared that it was Stepan who had begun it.
19. The climate of our town and neighbourhood was pretty equable, especially in summer, which is a very good thing for tramps and vagabonds.
20. After we finished I know that we all felt better for having done our ablutions and we once again looked like soldiers instead of tramps.
21. Aunt Beatrice, Walter's wife, took the emerald that Ningla left me and scornfully said that tramps and whores were not deserving of good things.
22. They worked at currying and tanning; but their chief business was usury, harbouring tramps, and receiving stolen goods; all sorts of petty irregular doings.
23. Ivanov (died 1912), ex-officer and old scribe, with whom Tolstoi became acquainted at the time of the census of 1862, having found him among the Moscow tramps.
24. Nekhludoff found out during his journey how tramps, escaping into the marshes, persuade a comrade to escape with them, and then kill him and feed on his flesh.
25. Their respect for him increased after the incident of the two tramps who fell upon him; he wrenched himself loose from them and broke the arm of one of them in the fight.
26. Washerwomen yawned, dunny men yawned, policemen yawned, thieves yawned, dukes in their towers and tramps their gutters yawned, wastrels and workaholics yawned, even dogs and cats yawned.
27. In view of this fact, the idea has occurred to some of Leo Nikolayevich's friends, of establishing in the village of Yásnaya Polyána a lodging- and eating-house for tramps, the use of which by the latter would save L.
28. In the Co-operative Commonwealth there will be no place for loafers; whether they call themselves aristocrats or tramps, those who are too lazy to work shall have no share in the things that are produced by the labour of others.
29. Lately, however, the park, left to its own devices had fell into neglect; the peacocks had all gone, and the place had become a bit of a wasteland; a haven for the unemployed and unemployable, the tramps, winos and drug addicts.
30. They seemed to him a band of tramps, huddled together along the riverbanks, their old coats covered with dust and soot, stupefied by the panorama of sunset and waiting for the first chill of night bid them arise, shake themselves and begone.
31. To encourage citizens to furnish free meals for white tramps, who refuse to work at any price, drive out from our kitchens the Chinese, who to-day receive higher wages than white men and women are getting in any State east of the Rocky Mountains.
32. As for the other class of loafers - those at the bottom, the tramps and people of that sort, if they were to become sober and industrious tomorrow, they also would be doing more harm than good to the other workers; it would increase the competition for work.
33. The Minister of justice having reported on the complicated case of the succession of the Baron Snyders, the young Tsar confirmed the decision by his signature; and also approved the new rules relating to the application of Article 1830 of the penal code, providing for the punishment of tramps.
34. What terrible agonies and privations some of them, the tramps for instance, had endured! Could they care so much for a ray of sunshine, for the primeval forest, the cold spring hidden away in some unseen spot, which the tramp had marked three years before, and longed to see again, as he might to see.
35. You see, in the reports that have lately appeared in the local papers of the melancholy and terrible days of the last pogrom, there have very often been indications that among the instigators of the pogrom who were paid and organised by the police—the dregs of society, consisting of drunkards, tramps, souteneurs, and hooligans from the slums—thieves were also to be found.
36. It was reported to the Governor that something like a mutiny occurred, and in answer came a document ordering that the two chief culprits, Vasilieff and the tramp Don'tremember (an application given to some tramps and jail birds who, to conceal the identity, with characteristic ingenuity and stupidity make that answer to all questions relating to their names), be given thirty lashes each.
37. The caretaker was so struck with their innocent appearance, and with the elegance of Tess's gown hanging across a chair, her silk stockings beside it, the pretty parasol, and the other habits in which she had arrived because she had none else, that her first indignation at the effrontery of tramps and vagabonds gave way to a momentary sentimentality over this genteel elopement, as it seemed.
38. What terrible agonies and privations some of them, the tramps for instance, had endured! Could they care so much for a ray of sunshine, for the primeval forest, the cold spring hidden away in some unseen spot, which the tramp had marked three years before, and longed to see again, as he might to see his sweetheart, dreaming of the green grass round it and the bird singing in the bush? As he went on he saw still more inexplicable examples.
39. Was this the luxurious Lord John Roxton who had sat that evening in the Albany amidst his Persian rugs and his pictures in the pink radiance of the tinted lights? And was this the imposing Professor who had swelled behind the great desk in his massive study at Enmore Park? And, finally, could this be the austere and prim figure which had risen before the meeting at the Zoological Institute? No three tramps that one could have met in a Surrey lane could have looked more hopeless and bedraggled.
40. All these fugitives, unless they find some unexpected shelter for the winter, unless they meet some one interested in concealing them, or if—last resort—they cannot procure—and sometimes a murder does it—the legal document, which enables them to go about unmolested everywhere; all these fugitives present themselves in crowds, during the autumn, in the towns and at the prisons; they confess themselves to be escaped tramps, pass the winter in jail, and live in the secret hope of getting away the following summer.
41. Close inshore was a multitude of fishing smacks--English, Scotch, French, Dutch, and Swedish; steam launches from the Thames, yachts, electric boats; and beyond were ships of large burden, a multitude of filthy colliers, trim merchantmen, cattle ships, passenger boats, petroleum tanks, ocean tramps, an old white transport even, neat white and grey liners from Southampton and Hamburg; and along the blue coast across the Blackwater my brother could make out dimly a dense swarm of boats chaffering with the people on the beach, a swarm which also extended up the Blackwater almost to Maldon.

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