1 She went to Minneapolis, to scamper through department stores and small Tenth Street shops devoted to ceramics and high thought.
2 She was glad, in retreat, to scamper ahead of the two men up-stairs to the hall-room in which Hugh slept.
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3 Others began to scamper away through the smoke.
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4 They trampled slowly back over the field across which they had run in a mad scamper.
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5 At two o'clock Sam and Andy brought the horses up to the posts, apparently greatly refreshed and invigorated by the scamper of the morning.
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6 Bundles of candles were procured, and straightway there was a general scamper up the hill.
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7 But Venn went on without much inconvenience to himself, and the course of his scamper was towards the Quiet Woman Inn.
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8 Of the swiftly scampering child, all that now remained were two tiny feet, inadequate to her weight, and a tendency to prattle happily and aimlessly.
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9 They were leaping and scampering all about him.
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10 Those in advance of the scampering blue men, howling cheers, leaped at the fence.
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11 Then she took up the white foam that streaked the line of the advancing tide, and threw it upon the breeze, scampering after it with winged footsteps to catch the great snowflakes ere they fell.
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12 A waiter was running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and a fox terrier was scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn.
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13 She jiggled while he turned the key, and scampered in.
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14 She scampered up-stairs to bring down her filmiest tea-cloth.
15 In the afternoon she scampered to the public library.