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1  I was awful scared," said Huck, "and I run.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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2  He would run away from home and enter upon it.
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3  I'd 'most be glad you'd run off and acted so bad.'
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4  Potter started on a trot that quickly increased to a run.
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5  Oh, anybody can run a tick down that don't belong to them.
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6  But hunger and wretchedness rise superior to fears in the long run.
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7  All along I've been wanting to be a robber, but I knew I'd got to have a thing like this, and where to run across it was the bother.
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8  They began to feel a vague fear that they had been doing wrong to run away; and next they thought of the stolen meat, and then the real torture came.
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9  Then he tiptoed his way cautiously among the trees till he felt that he was out of hearing, and straightway broke into a keen run in the direction of the sandbar.
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10  He said to himself that if he had strength enough to get back to the spring he would stay there, and nothing should tempt him to run the risk of meeting Injun Joe again.
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11  When they were well exhausted, they would run out and sprawl on the dry, hot sand, and lie there and cover themselves up with it, and by and by break for the water again and go through the original performance once more.
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