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  1. The inning is over.
  2. He got out of the inning luckily.
  3. It was the bottom of the sixth inning.
  4. The game did not end until the 15th inning.
  5. The game was tied 0 to 0 going into the ninth inning.

  6. Roman got two strikes on batter number five of that inning.
  7. I still remember one incredible inning that I'll tell you about.
  8. And the ending of the inning could not have been more dramatic.
  9. So the game goes into the bottom of the ninth inning tied 0 - 0.
  10. Batter number three of that inning reached base on an infield single.
  11. I saw the hardest hit baseball I have ever seen in my life that inning.
  12. By the fifth inning the score was tied at threes and Johnny was starting.
  13. In the bottom of the inning, Bill Mazeroski was the first Pittsburgh batter.
  14. That's some clutch stuff, but we still have an inning and a half to finish.
  15. These may have cost him, but by the bottom of the eighth inning, his team led 7-4.

  16. The game was tied in the ninth inning I can't remember exactly what the score was.
  17. We’re losing by three runs, and they’ve got the bases loaded with two outs in the fourth inning.
  18. The star right fielder then hit what appeared to be the third out of the inning: a slow bouncer to first.
  19. The score was 6-5 for the opposing team, the inning was the bottom of the seventh, and the count was full.
  20. It was now the bottom of the ninth for the Diamondbacks, and they went into the inning still trailing 7-5.
  21. Clemente played a huge part in the victory, as his hustling to first in the eighth inning kept the rally alive.
  22. I was due to come up fifth, so it didn’t look like I would have a chance to bat; at least not in this inning.
  23. The women took a rest room break in the sixth inning and returned with refreshments, including beers for the guys.
  24. In the top of the ninth inning, there were two outs, the score was 3-2, and there were runners on first and second.
  25. On a psychologically damning play, Paul laid down the second bunt of the inning, exactly the same place Chance had earlier.

  26. Somehow or other Pat O'Brien loaded the bases in the top of the ninth inning so Arizona State had runners on first, second, and third.
  27. The third batter of the inning; our last hope to end this game without going into extra innings, was hit by the first pitch and trotted down to first base.
  28. I may say frankly, even at that time, if the truth is to be told, the society there, and even a^ inning money at cards, had become revolting and a torture to me.
  29. Then Mary Jane she took another inning, and went in sweet and lovely again—which was her way; but when she got done there warn't hardly anything left o' poor Hare-lip.
  30. With Chance leading off the inning, Mitchell nervously dumped a pile of sunflower seeds into his mouth; hoping he could be offered another opportunity at the plate himself.
  31. Even at baseball games, we parked by the exit and left at the eighth inning, me and Go a predictable set of mustard-smeared whines, petulant and sun-fevered: We never get to see the end.
  32. The scoreboard was beginning to reflect a blow-out: one that consisted of seven runs from nine hits for the Vikings, to the Diamondbacks having just two runs from four hits, through the middle of the sixth inning.
  33. The inning ended in the most dramatic fashion it could have ended; our illustrious batter tried to stretch that hit into an inside the park home run and he was thrown out at home plate for the final out, unbelievable.
  34. And guess what? Curt Gentry pitched the entire game for Arizona State, all 15 innings, again that's one of the greatest pitching performances I have seen in my life and Curt was pitching just as good in the 15th inning as he was in the first inning.
  35. In fact the game will be televised not to see who wins, but to see the jokes being played on the Empire… The coaches tearing their hair out and screaming instructions during the play, and every kind of underhanded sneaky trick that will be caught on instant replay… Only… you would need to have forty cameras, and it would takes you six hours of watching the slow-motion re-plays to figure all of what happened in just one ‘Hit’n Run’ inning of Rainbow Ball.

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  1. The old coach inns and hostelries.
  2. The hot spring baths in the inns.
  3. The inns were crowded with people.
  4. Taverns and inns filled the quayside.
  5. Sweden with inns built along the way.
  6. There aren’t any hotels or inns here.
  7. There are two inns at Wiek, and one is the best.
  8. There are also roadhouses or Inns in such places.
  9. Many country inns have hot spring baths and these are.
  10. The Islington inns shown on the dining room wall were where.
  11. People made money at the fair and lost it gambling in the inns.
  12. They say inns are a prime target, so you may want to clear out.
  13. The inns were adequate and the food returned to being wretched.
  14. The inns in the town varied, but the food was uniformly dreadful.
  15. Usually, the guests of inns had to share a bathroom with other guests.
  16. She went then, at the hour appointed, to his lodgings in one of our inns.
  17. It was a little smaller than Yauhtepec, but we had the choice of two inns.
  18. I should mention the odd way female servants were treated in most of the inns.
  19. This place and the Holly Bush are the busiest inns in town simply because.
  20. That was however common in inns and in most other places, as a matter of fact.
  21. We have, on the long, broad road from the Leeds Bridge to the Headrow, ten inns.
  22. It was earlier in the day, and it was mostly travellers that stayed in the inns.
  23. Although the Lighthouse Inns accommodations austere in comparison to what Novak.
  24. It was like a small self-enclosed town, featuring an assortment of stores and inns.
  25. At the last inn we visited, the man said, Youve told me the inns youve visited.
  26. Acid is best used as a mixture that is eaten by the cockroaches (see Cockroach Inns).
  27. We soon came to the inns, little more than bunches of yurts and tents with large corrals.
  28. Lamps indicated the Alehouses and Inns were open, glinting like the reflection of a clear.
  29. We rode generally north from Roma staying at inns in the cities and monasterios in between.
  30. Figure 19 shows the price history of Enterprise Inns during 20 March 2009 to 20 April 2009.
  31. Several lighthouses have been transformed into inns and hostels which accommodate tourists.
  32. Old men on settles before inns under spreading oak branches called greetings to the wayfarer.
  33. Button had told her that she did not want to spend her money on lodgings in inns until spring.
  34. As he sat at his desk in the King's Inns he thought what changes those eight years had brought.
  35. He foresaw an entire street of inns and shops crossing the island from one bridge to the other.
  36. Hotels, diners, and inns across the country proudly displayed reCoMMended By dunCAn hines signs.
  37. During the winter it is not unusual for the Inns to be snowed in for several months, he explained.
  38. I say an inn, because Don Quixote called it so, contrary to his usual practice of calling all inns castles.
  39. It’s several bells ‘till dawn, yet, but it’s late enough that only the most seedy taverns and inns are open.
  40. The first interview was with Ramada inns – a nationwide chain of hotels and I think also they have some overseas.
  41. Wading through the crowds, she reached one of the inns Amonas had once said were more than sympathetic to their cause.
  42. They decided to go immediately after the wedding, and remain for a fortnight, instead of journeying to towns and inns.
  43. He emerged from under the feudal arch of the King's Inns, a neat modest figure, and walked swiftly down Henrietta Street.
  44. I hate to say this, but even my guards hesitate to enter those inns at night, unless they are at least four men together.
  45. These people filled the inns and drinking-shops, and communicated to that tranquil little district a noisy and joyous life.
  46. Inns were invented by hidden undead shit because these undead shits had been using living people as Inns for millions of years.
  47. Adem strolled down a wide laneway with inns and taverns on either side throwing warm amber lights on to the cobble stone street.
  48. Was not this intimacy with the prisoner, in reality a very slight one, forced upon the prisoner in coaches, inns, and packets? No.
  49. Vilmnitz is a pretty little village, and the guide-book praises both its inns; but then the guide-book praises every place it mentions.
  50. The streets are awash with flower-girls and sewage, the inns with merriment and vice, all fuelled by cheap beer and negotiable affections.
  51. Adem had witnessed these rules of celebration in many of the inns and taverns they had passed through on their way to the Chestnut Quarter.
  52. At first glance, the Honest Soldier seemed to be a slightly smaller, but more respectable place than most of the other inns in this district.
  53. It is a singular achievement and a great honor to be placed in charge of one of these Inns; and it is only by appointment of the Queen herself.
  54. She made a halt here, and breakfasted a second time, heartily enough—not at the Sow-and-Acorn, for she avoided inns, but at a cottage by the church.
  55. No one, hardly, of the tourist class comes to Wiek; and yet, or because of it, this inn of all the inns I had stayed at was in every way quite excellent.
  56. I didn’t even bother inquiring for lodgings at the inns but headed straight for the yam north of town that had been run by Hoopa Ullah eleven years before.
  57. That’s silly, why camp when you can have a real meal in a house? she said the word ‘camp’ like he was giving up a selection of fine inns to do so.
  58. Colling slept well that night in a comfortable bed, a significant improvement over the Polonia and the inns and hostels he had stayed in since leaving Krakow.
  59. It was a well-traveled alley, leading to a neighborhood of garrets and inns that catered to poorer farmers coming in for market and broke sailors off the ships.
  60. All the merchants nodded their heads soberly at that, knowing too well how common lice and bed bugs were in the inns found in the towns and villages of Francia.
  61. Regardless, under different circumstances, he could enjoy relaxing here for a week or so, even though there were far better inns to be found in other districts.
  62. They looked from afar at isolated cottages and little inns, and were inclined to approach one of the latter, when their hearts failed them, and they sheered off.
  63. Thus did Barrin learn his way about the city, and learned which roads to avoid because of thieves or superstition, and which inns had the best bards and jugglers.
  64. It is a traveler’s stronghold made of wood from the Ohmu Forest; trees that had been felled during storms or earthquakes were cut up and used for these Inns alone.
  65. Though the room he was shown to was simple enough, yet Nekhludoff felt greatly relieved to be there after two months of post-carts, country inns and halting stations.
  66. They stopped in many kinds of wilds, hilly jungle and shaftwood covered peaks a lot like Wescarp, neat farmland and small inns, open prairie like the wilds along the Lhar.
  67. I knew the inns were on the south side of town near the bridge across the Mongol, so we soon turned aside on one of the side streets and made our way to the main south road.
  68. On her way to one of the inns, she noticed she was attracting unwanted attention; surely it seemed that a pregnant woman should not be walking outside in the market all alone.
  69. Celebrations poured out on to the streets of Nordhel from the houses and inns within the city where people held grand parties in fancy costumes and gilded and feathered masks.
  70. Travelers on these coaches were regarded as a great source of current news from remote parts of the country, which would be imparted in the town's two main inns, The Cock and The Bull.
  71. It was located right in White Horse and in Cherry Creek, Nevada, and its story still adorns the walls of the local inns, casinos, cafes, bars, restaurants, and other businesses to this very day.
  72. She went then, at the hour appointed, to his lodgings in one of our inns of court, which were furnished in a taste of grandeur that had a special eye to all the conveniences of luxury and pleasure.
  73. This had gone on for a month or two when there came a Saturday in September, on which a fair and a market coincided; and the pilgrims from Trantridge sought double delights at the inns on that account.
  74. I've been down to Lastriss twice before, but once was fair weather all the way, a few weeks earlier in the year than this, and once I came overland and weathered two different storms in two different inns.
  75. It was only a few yards from there to the open space in the middle of the village in which the two inns are, and Brosy got on his bicycle while I drove with Gertrud, wrapped in all the rugs she could muster.
  76. While the financial services sector is prime the legal profession forms a major component of the western side of the City, especially in the Temple and Chancery Lane areas where the Inns of Court are located.
  77. Archers waited atop the keep, for it was one of the highest points in the southern area of the town (though some of the inns and Temples were higher still), even if the land there descended rapidly into the lake.
  78. My intention when I began this book was to write a useful Guide to Rügen, one that should point out its best parts and least uncomfortable inns to any English or American traveller whose energy lands him on its shores.
  79. Snowden, who knows his Charleston as Thackeray knew his London, says South Carolina headed all the colonies in the list of the London Inns of Court, and up to the time of the Revolution had forty-five law students there.
  80. From the men that worked the fields, from the garrulous old men in the inns where he slaked his thirst with great leathern jacks of foaming ale, from the sharp-eyed silk-clad merchants he met upon the road, Conan sought for news of Beloso.
  81. Before you can blink, word will spread and we all will be saying it---because our inns and hotels will go unoccupied, our stores will have to close their doors, and if this goes unchecked we shall each have to start locking our own doors at night!.
  82. Instead we formed the taste for lower company and spent our evenings, as often as not, in Hogarthian little inns in St Ebb's and St Clement's and the streets between the old market and the canal, where we managed to be gay and were, I believe, well liked by the company.
  83. Now the whole crowd has departed, driving down the street in sleighs to the taverns and inns, and louder grows the chorus of mingled sobs, songs, and drunken cries, the moaning and muttering of the wives and mothers, the sounds of the accordion, the noise of altercations.
  84. Now you can see why there is such a thing as living human overpopulations… Not enough Inns? Build more Inns! We need more Inns! Now you see what happens when billions of undead shits try to live again vicariously… because they did not experience their lives when they were alive.
  85. And now the whole crowd take up seats in their sleighs and start down the street, in the direction of inns and restaurants, and still louder are heard, interfering with one another, songs, sobs, drunken shouts, the laments of the mothers and wives, the sounds of the accordion, and curses.
  86. At posting stations, at inns, and in the landowner’s snuggery, maidservants had been flattered by his notice, and here too at the governor’s party there were (as it seemed to Nicholas) an inexhaustible number of pretty young women, married and unmarried, impatiently awaiting his notice.
  87. In the first place, you will give him half an hour's breathing spell midway of the road; he will eat; and some one must be by while he is eating to prevent the stable boy of the inn from stealing his oats; for I have noticed that in inns the oats are more often drunk by the stable men than eaten by the horses.
  88. The innkeeper when he saw him go without paying him ran to get payment of Sancho, who said that as his master would not pay neither would he, because, being as he was squire to a knight-errant, the same rule and reason held good for him as for his master with regard to not paying anything in inns and hostelries.
  89. We were not far outside Taunton and we had been speaking amongst ourselves of Inns where we might pass the next Night, and of the advisability of stealing Horses if we could not buy ’em—when we came upon the most piteous Sight the Eyes may behold: that of a furious Man beating an Animal within an Inch of its Life.
  90. On the second night, a night of a near full waxing moon with bright stars lighting up the dark sky, Adem and his friends visited the Chestnut Quarter of the city, a section of streets and laneways mostly made up of two- or three-story inns and taverns sometimes built right up next to one another without a laneway between.
  91. They never overtook the chimerical friend, yet Andrea frequently inquired of people on foot whom he passed and at the inns which were not yet closed, for a green cabriolet and bay horse; and as there are a great many cabriolets to be seen on the road to the Low Countries, and as nine-tenths of them are green, the inquiries increased at every step.
  92. What, for instance, have Charlotte and the bishop's wife of illuminating for the tourist who wants to be shown the way? As I cannot conscientiously praise the inns I will not give their names, and what is the use of that to a tourist who wishes to know where to sleep and dine? I meant to describe the Jagdschloss, and find I only repeated a ghost story.
  93. Many were permanently housed within the city walls, as servants in the inns and taverns, as merchants or lords and ladies on extended visits to the King of the Nordics, as well as over three hundred nobility who had arrived with the spring thaw, bringing escorts of soldiers either in aid of the Saviours or to protect their own interests during their journey to Nordhel.
  94. If any one had taken pity on this boy, Nekhludoff thought while looking at the sickly, frightened face of the boy, before want had driven him from the village to the city, and relieved that want, or, when, after twelve hours' work in the factory, he was visiting inns with grown-up comrades, some one had told him, "Don't go, Vania; it is bad," the boy would not have gone, or got drunk, and the burglary would never have occurred.
  95. Luscinda, Dorothea, the landlady, her daughter and Maritornes, attracted by the strange, and to them entirely new costume, gathered round her; and Dorothea, who was always kindly, courteous, and quick-witted, perceiving that both she and the man who had brought her were annoyed at not finding a room, said to her, Do not be put out, senora, by the discomfort and want of luxuries here, for it is the way of road-side inns to be without them; still, if you will be pleased to share our lodging with us (pointing to Luscinda) perhaps you will have found worse accommodation in the course of your journey.
  96. This strange stillness, and the thoughts, always present to our knight's mind, of the incidents described at every turn in the books that were the cause of his misfortune, conjured up to his imagination as extraordinary a delusion as can well be conceived, which was that he fancied himself to have reached a famous castle (for, as has been said, all the inns he lodged in were castles to his eyes), and that the daughter of the innkeeper was daughter of the lord of the castle, and that she, won by his high-bred bearing, had fallen in love with him, and had promised to come to his bed for a while that night without the knowledge of her parents; and holding all this fantasy that he had constructed as solid fact, he began to feel uneasy and to consider the perilous risk which his virtue was about to encounter, and he resolved in his heart to commit no treason to his lady Dulcinea del Toboso, even though the queen Guinevere herself and the dame Quintanona should present themselves before him.
  97. To be sure Mr Dribbles, who at that time kept the head inns, and was in the council, said, with a wink, that it might be found an inconvenience to sober folk that happened, on an occasion now and then, to be an hour later than usual among their friends, either at his house or any other, to be shown by the lamps to the profane populace as they were making the best of their way home; and Mr Dippings, the candlemaker, with less public spirit than might have been expected from one who made such a penny by the illuminations on news of victory, was of opinion that lamps would only encourage the commonality to keep late hours; and that the gentry were in no need of any thing of the sort, having their own handsome glass lanterns, with two candles in them, garnished and adorned with clippit paper; an equipage which he prophesied would soon wear out of fashion when lamps were once introduced, and the which prediction I have lived to see verified; for certainly, now-adays, except when some elderly widow lady, or maiden gentlewoman, wanting the help and protection of man, happens to be out at her tea and supper, a tight and snod serving lassie, with a three-cornered glass lantern, is never seen on the causey.
  98. Quickly hotels and inns staffed with guides,.

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1. At the Inn with that.
2. Stayed in a lovely Inn.
3. He was back at the Inn.
4. He did not enter the inn.
5. The best inn was at Wiek.
6. The prison is not an inn.
7. Place into the Roach Inn.
8. Gertrud waited at the inn.
9. You said that at the inn.
10. A Causeway Inn on the Mall.
11. There’s an inn still open.
12. There is no room at the inn.
13. We checked each inn we found.
16. She was a servant at the Inn.
17. Far from going to the inn, Mr.
18. The Lamb Inn still there?
19. The patrons of the Wayward Inn.
20. The town had no inn and no yam.
21. On the way to the inn that the.
22. The inn keeper said, Not much.
23. There is an inn, a merry old inn.
24. It was about an inn; and that is.
25. I know what happened at the Inn.
26. The Inn at the Village of Flowers.
27. Stable of the inn of Le Lion Noir.
28. I thanked him and went to the inn.
29. Find Rahab’s inn, save all within.
30. That was Bessie’ s father’s inn.
31. What’s the name of your inn?
33. I was sent away from the other inn.
34. Ramster eventually found an inn of.
35. Sundown at the Honest Soldier Inn.
36. The bard, in the Silver-Blood Inn.
37. Chance was talking to the inn keeper.
38. Buffet restaurant of the Novotel Inn.
39. Turn in there and you are at the Inn.
40. Legrand led the way towards their Inn.
41. We quickly found an inn for the night.
42. Inn is just three blocks south of here.
43. They left the room and the inn behind.
44. The Honey Bee Inn is a private club.
45. If truth be told, I prefer a good inn.
46. It would be better than a Holiday Inn.
47. He died a few days after in an inn at.
48. After awhile the inn assistant was back.
49. It seemed that the whole Inn had woken.
50. There’s an old inn by the lakeshore.
51. Park near to the Milner Park Holiday Inn.
52. We will escort Catherine to the inn now.
53. But we won’t be in the same inn though.
54. No more room at the Inn of the Material.
55. I stayed at the Groton Motor Inn on the.
56. The inn had a small window, and through.
57. Above: The lobby at Holiday Inn Amarillo.
58. We entered the inn and sat down to supper.
59. Bouts of shouting filled the Errands Inn.
60. Next to them was Bessie from the Bell inn.
61. Well, it's a long trip to The Bush Inn.
62. We’re moving to another inn, he said.
63. About ten o'clock we started from the inn.
64. Let find a big Inn with the best food.
65. The people at the Ramada Inn were wonderful.
66. Holiday Inn had no say in that, so long as.
67. It was a rude inn but adequate to our needs.
68. I’m glad they were able to buy that inn.
69. He succeeded in getting some food at an inn.
70. I was to go to "Barnard's Inn," to young Mr.
71. The second floor probably held the inn rooms.
72. Then, first stop: the National Airport Inn.
73. Seldom did the noise of the Inn keep us awake.
74. I turned back to the city to look for an inn.
75. There was no room in any inn for the King of.
76. I was thinking maybe the Red Carpet Inn.
77. Around him, the lights of the houses and inn.
78. The Crag Inn was the oldest pub on Holy Island.
79. I finally pulled up there in front of the Inn.
80. Elowen tied Ulfur to the post outside the inn.
81. Shouts from the inn were sounding more ominous.
82. Courthouse inn, where the session would be held.
83. The troll folk in the inn cheered their support.
84. But the inn is poorly situated, hard to find.
85. The scene is laid in an inn somewhere in Russia.
86. I eased into a rear table at the Slide Inn Café.
87. I have reservations at the Caorann Inn for us.
88. I told Jasper about my trip in search of the Inn.
89. Yinxue into the Tavern Inn and how weak she was!.
90. The inn that we will temporarily be staying at.
91. I inquired the way to the inn, but no one replied.
92. Iram came to Nancy the moment she entered the inn.
93. We are staying at the inn, right? She asked.
95. My name is Jonn and the Honest Soldier is my Inn.
96. Ballok entered the inn around mid-morning, alone.
97. Yes, she said, lets go to that inn again.
98. But unlike at the Colony Inn, I'm not alone here.
99. Krista looked back at the carriage before the inn.
100. And what's all this about the inn being closed?'.

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