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1  Come on, crawl in and set a couple minutes, Mrs. Kennicott.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Get Context   In CHAPTER XII
2  The period of daily sickness crawled into an endless time of boredom.
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3  They crawled along Main Street by day; they found it hard to sleep at night.
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4  The setter crawled ahead, his tail quivering, his belly close to the stubble.
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5  At each road-crossing she had to crawl over a cattle-guard of sharpened timbers.
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6  Fields of springing wheat drew her from the straight propriety of the railroad and she crawled through the rusty barbed-wire fence.
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7  He never was, but round him was a suggestion of masked faces at the window, revolvers, cords binding him to a chair, his struggle to crawl to the key before he fainted.
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8  But they followed the dog for a quarter of a mile, turning, doubling, crossing two low hills, kicking through a swale of weeds, crawling between the strands of a barbed-wire fence.
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9  She gazed about their bedroom, and its full dismalness crawled over her: the awkward knuckly L-shape of it; the black walnut bed with apples and spotty pears carved on the headboard; the imitation maple bureau, with pink-daubed scent-bottles and a petticoated pin-cushion on a marble slab uncomfortably like a gravestone; the plain pine washstand and the garlanded water-pitcher and bowl.
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