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The last thing we need to do is straggle.
Campion that other rabbits might straggle more widely.
Sim waited for everyone to straggle in, and then he sat.
In addition to these regulars, a goodly amount of single women straggle through, usually with bruises.
The last thing we need to do is straggle into our terminal in full view of God knows who, looking like a bunch of beggars.
Early in the forenoon parties of jaded men began to straggle into the village, but the strongest of the citizens continued searching.
Doors opened and a straggle of people appeared from various directions assembling on the periphery of the machine, curious and expectant.

They had crossed the enchanted stream; but beyond it the path seemed to straggle on just as before, and in the forest they could see no change.
Whizzing up the outside of the stationary snaking caravan of lorries, we smugly presented ourselves, passports in hand to the lounging straggle of soldiers.
His real worry, his father had told them, was that the animals that managed to straggle back would be enough to warn of the catastrophe that had occurred.
Nevertheless, rewards also come to those who have no real plan except to straggle the few yards into town to the first eating establishment regardless of merit.
Apparently they were, although they had to straggle their way upward in ones and twos, a line that stretched almost all the way back to the first floor by the time I reached the second story.
The road below turned out long and winding in some parts, but it stayed mostly on a straight course southwards; the Saxons were trotting in their band, but were beginning to straggle out after another hour.
A straggle of dunces held the tandem, while a kindergarten of ragged urchins* fought over who was going to operate the village pump, which obviously supplied the entire population with water and gave them somewhere to wash clothes or mildly haemorrhaging tourists.
The dinner lasted a good hour and a half, and at the end of that time they would begin to straggle out again, flushed and using toothpicks as they strolled to the tables under the trees, where the exhausted waiters would presently bring them breakfast-cups of coffee and cakes.
The sun rose to a warm morning and as the leagues dragged on, the Saxons began to straggle out even more, they must have been on the march for more than a day, for reasons we could have no knowledge of, maybe they were on a revenge attack for something done to them in the past.
And to her straggling brood the partridge calls;.
The boys formed a straggling line in front of the teacher.
The straggling parade moved into town and took to the sidewalks.
They were walking in silence in the dark, tired, straggling apart.
It was like a red sea, with each wave a straggling line of corpses.
At last they came into the straggling grey village of Crich, that lies high.
A conjurer must have his time, like a straggling priest in the settlements.
Stretched out over, a mile of territory the straggling parade now moved as follows:.
The group hid behind a short wall, behind the last straggling pair of Warlin soldiers.
Kerim Shah was hurrying up the slope, his hill-men behind him in a straggling crescent.
Soundlessly as a shadow he drew her behind the nearest hut, beneath the straggling palms.
Sammi turned to Nathan- who was straggling behind her- and narrowed her eyes, placing a hand on her hips.
Everyone nodded as we drove further into city, passing half-eaten corpses and straggling zombies on the way.
He fell in beside Valbroso and rode up the straggling road to the top of the hill where the gaunt castle stood.
Their progress was straggling and broken, slower than that which Holly had made with his picked band of three.
I saw the outside of the note, addressed in straggling, irregular characters, very unlike Holmes's usual precise hand.
They had not gone far on the fifth day when they left the last straggling pools and reed-beds of the marshes behind them.
He was leaning on the shoulder of his favorite Selim, and he drove us all before him, as a shepherd would his straggling flock.
Occasionally the whistle of a huntsman, the snort of a horse, the crack of a whip, or the whine of a straggling hound could be heard.
Across the road from the tavern stood a row of deserted huts, shaded by straggling palm trees, and occupied only by bats and jackals.
I parked the hearse just out of sight, waited out a few straggling visitors and grasped the iron crib, just as the children apparated.
Ahead Kerry neared the fork in the tunnel and he turned to look over his shoulder at the straggling group of Drongs trailing out behind.
At sunset of the next day Tarascus came up with his host, dusty and weary from hard marching, the footmen straggling hours behind the horsemen.
It gave a prospect across the moor through a gap in the plantation, and revealed certain figures half a mile off straggling through the heather.
Removing straggling hairs from around the edges of your eyebrows and also removing any very bushy hairs will improve the outline of your eyebrows.
When he had finished she sent him off to the back yard to play and watched him toddle across the straggling grass to his playhouse with great relief.
The lawn was wide and green with thick clover and bordering it was a straggling, unkempt privet hedge, interlaced with sweet-smelling honeysuckle vines.
When I had last seen this part of Sheen in the daylight it had been a straggling street of comfortable white and red houses, interspersed with abundant shady trees.
He shook his head, glancing at the stunted trees, at the marching woods below, a green mass which seemed to send out tendrils straggling up the sides of the cliffs.
She watched Zax plunge through the straggling clusters of wounded, the V-shaped ridge of his tail sweeping a wide path, decimating those he hadn’t trampled directly overtop.
For a decade he has run a parfumerie on the rue Vauborel: a straggling business that prospers only when the cod are being salted and the stones of the town itself begin to stink.
Sister Cecilia, the headmistress, collected a number of archangels—“Gabriel” and “Michael” were most popular—and a few straggling “Patricks” and “Christophers.
The enemy, coming upon these traces of the French army, were encouraged to surround our columns with Cossacks, who cut off all straggling baggage and wagons like Arabs in the desert.
Broken columns glimmered among the trees, the straggling lines of crumbling walls meandered off into the shadows, and under his feet were broad paves, cracked and bowed by roots growing beneath.
The chequerboard tile-work path is cracked and overgrown with tufts of new grass, the pale, washed-out petals of long dead hydrangea flowers and the straggling, early season buds of pink Campion.
Their bundles and baskets were gathered up, and half an hour later, when the clock-chime sounded a quarter past eleven, they were straggling along the lane which led up the hill towards their homes.
I had just sunk my head on this when the bells rung fire, and in hot haste the engines rolled that way, led by a straggling troop of men and boys, and I among the foremost, for I had leaped the brook.
And first came straggling in through the land gate the armed mob of all colours, complexions, types, and states of raggedness, calling themselves the Sulaco National Guard, and commanded by Senor Gamacho.
It descended upon the huddled masses who, in dark and strange surroundings, threatened to give in to the same panic that had spooked the straggling animals down the same road that the main herd had taken.
Behind them, at a respectful distance, followed a large the sunny path through the garden, Pork bowed his head upon the top of the spade straggling crowd of neighbors and friends, shabbily dressed, silent.
The ranks straggled along in disorder.
As the rest straggled in, the volume of grumbling.
We straggled down quickly through the rain to the cars.
It straggled onward into the mystery of the primeval forest.
The children straggled along, playing, laughing and talking.
The alarms continued to blare as they straggled behind the enemy.
Twelve Viets out of a platoon of 40 straggled back to My Tho that night.
Shift workers straggled to their stations, some arriving well after the sun had risen.
Most of them straggled along the narrow road, with byres and barns and other outbuildings behind.
While everyone straggled in the dorm in pajamas and few struggled with face scrubs, I decided to write to mum.
The murmuring and muttering gaggle of anonymous, pudgy-faced men in all their various uniforms straggled from the tent.
Those soldiers who straggled from the line of march in search of food, fell into the hands of the Cossacks and the armed peasants.
They both straggled back inside and Angela took the pie from the oven, wrapped a few old dishcloths around the pie tin, and started for the door.
A few had straggled among the conquered columns, where they stalked in sullen discontent; attentive, though, as yet, passive observers of the moving multitude.
Gwenda was bursting to tell him the news, but she had to wait until the group straggled out along the road, and she and her husband were separated from the others by a few yards.
However, one by one they straggled in at last and took shelter under the tent, cold, scared, and streaming with water; but to have company in misery seemed something to be grateful for.
Outside several brick-heads straggled past, making crying noises until they drew level then howled a juvenile howl to their friends inside who promptly got up, paid their bill and left.
Moshe found himself sternly urging those who straggled to even greater effort amid the moans of resistance, while thinking, It’s as if I’m dreaming again, but no, this is really happening.
With a view to assist his plans by any suggestion of his own, and to strengthen the temptation, he left the beech, and straggled, as if without an object, to the spot where Le Renard was seated.
There sat Thjoden and Jomer, and before them on the ground sat a strange squat shape of a man, gnarled as an old stone, and the hairs of his scanty beard straggled on his lumpy chin like dry moss.
Once in milder days there must have been a fair thicket in the ravine, but now, after some fifty yards, the trees came to an end, though old broken stumps straggled on almost to the cliff's brink.
As the rest straggled in, the volume of grumbling increased until at the rear of the entourage came those who would have chosen to remain imprisoned except for the remonstrations of more hardy souls.
From thence the tortuous shoots straggled to the wall, clutched it, and ran the whole length of the house, ending near the wood-pile, where the logs were ranged with as much precision as the books in a library.
A little hamlet, whose roofs were blent with trees, straggled up the side of one of these hills; the church of the district stood nearer Thornfield: its old tower-top looked over a knoll between the house and gates.
The buccaneers straggled out in an unkempt column, while ahead of them a swarm of busy Indians, drawing energy from their sanguinary dream, hacked and slashed out the trail through the jungle with their heavy knives.
Presently, pushing through a screen of vine-tangled branches, he came into a comparatively open space where the trees straggled, unencumbered by undergrowth, and saw before him the wide, pillared portico of the palace.
Riding swiftly into range they shot arrows at the Orcs that straggled behind, and several of them fell; then the riders wheeled away out of the range of the answering bows of their enemies, who shot wildly, not daring to halt.
When the milking was finished for the evening they straggled indoors, where Mrs Crick, the dairyman's wife—who was too respectable to go out milking herself, and wore a hot stuff gown in warm weather because the dairymaids wore prints—was giving an eye to the leads and things.
Heather blew the straggles of hair out of her face so she could see me.
They were long, intimate straggles of weeds and clumps of dirt, blades of grass and flowers that bent in the wind, trees that lumbered and screeched.

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