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Or the tramp.
What a total tramp!.
stammered the tramp.
Old Nicholas- the Tramp.
But you're not a tramp.
The tramp handed him the reins.
rhythmic tramp of the armies;).

The waiter thinks I’m a tramp.
that, with that tramp he’d met.
called, The lady and the tramp.
Where's the old tramp steamer now?.
What did that little tramp want?.
but he resembles any other saddle tramp.
The tramp blinked, then lowered his head.
Some flatfoot tramp on it in the morning.
"You God damn tramp," be said viciously.
Colonel Orlov's old tramp steamer, the S.
It’s a tramp, he whispered to Rod.
A tramp fell down behind me on the path.
Hello, you tramp, he cal ed, moving.
You God damn tramp, he said viciously.
In an instant the tramp of horses galloping.
The little dead hearts will tramp ungrieving.
Each night we’d tramp out to Lisbon airport.
tramp was diminishing into silence on the road.
‘He cheated on me with the tramp downstairs.
Sisi is a beautiful girl but she is a tramp.
That stuck up, long-eared tramp! she said.
the tramp of her feet going on to the next cabin.
It's highly possible the old tramp steamer sank.
the tramping of heavy feet.
the endless tramping of feet.
There was a tramping of feet.
He was tramping through eternity.
I had spent much of the day tramping 120.
Who’s tramping around down there?.
tramping of feet pounding out their message.
Tramping the hills and breathing upland air,.
Music swirled around her, drowning out the tramping.
ached from their hours of tramping through the woods.
No troops raised the red dust with their tramping feet.
All this tramping around in the woods without proper shoes.
A noise of tramping feet and harsh shouts: Orcs were coming up.
Here the children straying westward so long? so wide the tramping?.
The ruffians came tramping along the East Road, and without halting.
This tramping to and fro soothed and at the same time intoxicated him.
There is tramping of feet overhead, and ropes and chains are dragged along.
No more tramping the streets begging for a job! No more hungry children at home.
On snow, even tramping out the symbols will show clearly until the next snowfall.
He thought of his wife, Barbara, away with her tramping club in the Milford Sound.
Since dawn I've been tramping around the whole thonga-trampled area looking for you.
Already they seemed to have been tramping on, on, endlessly to the mountains' roots.
Each evening, Louie saw the slaves tramping back in, their clothes packed with booty.
The air reverberated with the clashing of the strains; the ground shook with the tramping of.
Charles, who had been tramping about his room for some time, singing to himself, now came down.
They tramped gayly.
Hiss tramped out of view.
I gingerly tramped around in the long grass.
We were a sorry bunch of campers as we tramped,.
trees and tramped across the open fields towards.
Sacobie had tramped many miles--all the way from.
inner door, and made his escape as they tramped in.
As they tramped along Trask essayed a cautious question.
The newly spliced couple tramped onto the dirty soil of the.
The excess was spread, tramped down perfectly flat and smooth.
Miners called in the streets as they tramped in gangs to work.
Then, on the flank of their workmen they tramped on, following.
Last out the gate tramped the Ninth Legion of the Imperial Nodosaurs.
They tramped off, anxious and downhearted, under the eyes of the crowd.
whimsical regret, remembering the miles and miles he had tramped with.
helmets, ammunition belts, combat boots littered the road to be tramped.
And with that the man abruptly turned and tramped out of the train barn.
Jim warn't on his island, so I tramped off in a hurry for the crick, and.
Without hesitation, Locke tramped into the weeds at the end of the fence line.
local, resident mountie -- tramped about the property for a while looking for.
And after that, we all tramped back into the house for some well-earned sandwiches.
While the rest of the POWs tramped past him, the injured man was left where he lay.
Her throat suddenly contracted and shadows and the feet tramped off into the darkness.
Jody tramped down, scuffling his shoes in a way he had been told was destructive to good shoe-leather.
In seconds a set of heavy footsteps tramped across the floor above him, accompanied by muffled voices.
The four friends tramped across the courtyard towards the stables, dreaming of the High Winter Festival.
Behind him lay the smoking ruins of Atlanta to which the torch had been set as the blue army tramped out.
They were tramps.
Or Salesmen Tramps and so on.
| Tramps | Exploiters | All those |.
Tramps and beggars lay asleep at the.
| Tramps | Exploiters | All those | All those | |.
They won’t have no crop tramps in the county hospital.
I don't wish to speak disrespectfully of these tramps at all.
Breckenridge, who was talking to a couple of saddle tramps seated at a.
wonder why the tramps would prefer to catch a few zzs on a bench right on a.
They waited to be told as much, but after a few moments realized mere bunch of tramps.
There was also a sprinkling of those unfortunate outcasts of society - tramps and destitute, drunken loafers.
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.
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.
' Groans of protest rose from the other cells where various tramps and pickpockets were trying to get some sleep: 'Aw, pipe down!' 'Give a man some peace, can't yer?'.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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