1 He was damned glad it was over--the scurry and the scuffle, the rouge and the rings.
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2 The chair gave a sort of scurry, reeled on a few more yards, and came to her end amid a particularly promising patch of bluebells.
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3 Thus, many men of courage, he considered, would be obliged to desert the colors and scurry like chickens.
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4 Always hurry and scurry, looking for copy and sometimes not finding it: and then, always to have something new in your stuff.
5 approached it a repulsive, yellow, steaming liquid shot out causing some rats to scurry away into the nearby canal.
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6 Prissy and Wade scurried for the cellar and crouched in the cobwebbed darkness, Prissy squalling at the top of her voice and Wade sobbing and hiccoughing.
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7 Pork scurried from the room as her voice roughened and Scarlett was left alone with Gerald.
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8 Above their heads a flock of chimney swallows whirled suddenly on swift wings and now and then a rabbit scurried startled across the road, his white tail bobbing like an eiderdown powder puff.
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9 The gophers scurried up and down the ploughed ground.
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10 As we approached, they barked, shook their tails at us, and scurried underground.
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11 Wilson's glazed eyes turned out to the ashheaps, where small grey clouds took on fantastic shape and scurried here and there in the faint dawn wind.
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12 And so he ran up to his father, stopped when his father stopped, scurried forwards again when he moved, even slightly.
13 When twilight came on and Prissy, scurrying like a black wraith, lit a lamp, Melanie became weaker.
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14 Amid the tears and confusion and kissing and scurrying for smelling salts and brandy, there was only one calm face, one dry pair of eyes.
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15 When Jurgis lifted up the mattress he discovered beneath it a layer of scurrying roaches, almost as badly frightened as himself.