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1  They climbed to it by a ladder on the alley side of the shed.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Get Context   In CHAPTER IX
2  They climbed the hill to the round stone tower of Fort Snelling.
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3  Then she threw off the robe, climbed out of the sled, raced after it with Harry Haydock.
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4  The whole land was cruel, and a climbing cloud of slate-edged blackness dominated the sky.
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5  They climbed the iron ladders on the sides of the box-cars; built fires behind piles of old ties; waved to favorite brakemen.
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6  They looked across Loring Park and the Parade to the towers of St. Mark's and the Procathedral, and the red roofs of houses climbing Kenwood Hill.
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7  Carol was conscious that Erik was climbing in, that she was apparently to sit in the back, and that she had been left to open the rear door for herself.
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8  The moment was not the highest of her life, but the lowest and most desolate, which was altogether excellent, for instead of slipping downward she began to climb.
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9  Not till he had climbed to his office and found another sign on the door, another Dr. Kennicott inside, would he understand that something curious had presumably happened.
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10  It was like diving into icy water to climb out of the carriage, but on the ground she smiled at him, her face little and childish and pink above the buffalo robe over her shoulders.
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11  Erik gave an imitation of the Greek dancers he had seen in vaudeville, and when they sat down to picnic supper spread on a lap-robe on the grass, Cy climbed a tree to throw acorns at them.
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12  As she climbed along the banks of the dark river Carol listened to its fables about the wide land of yellow waters and bleached buffalo bones to the West; the Southern levees and singing darkies and palm trees toward which it was forever mysteriously gliding; and she heard again the startled bells and thick puffing of high-stacked river steamers wrecked on sand-reefs sixty years ago.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
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