1 It ain't an easy job, directing the traffic at 'Yde Park Corner.'
2 And, I can tell you, to direct the traffic orderly, at 'Yde Park Corner, Piccadilly Circus, is a whole-time, white man's job.'
3 He that would live by traffic, must hold himself at the disposal of every one claiming business with him.
4 But he was aware of the noises of the night, the engines at Stacks Gate, the traffic on the main road.
5 As they approached the City, the noise and traffic gradually increased; when they threaded the streets between Shoreditch and Smithfield, it had swelled into a roar of sound and bustle.
6 It was one of the main arteries which conveyed the traffic of the City to the north and west.
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7 Then he dashed in wild pursuit amid the stream of the traffic, but the start was too great, and already the cab was out of sight.
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8 There was no one in Charles Street, but a great traffic was going on, as usual, in Whitehall, at the extremity.
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9 The shop, the advertisement, traffic, all that commerce which constitutes the body of our world, was gone.
10 Occasionally it was loud enough to be heard even above the rattle of traffic at noon.
11 He felt that it was a traffic in human bodies on a par with prostitution, a sin that would be on his soul if he permitted her to do it.
12 Night had now closed in, and the roar of traffic in Forty-second Street was dying out.
13 Contentedly Sam Clark drove off, in the heavy traffic of three Fords and the Minniemashie House Free 'Bus.'
14 She was battered by the noise and shuttling of the rush-hour traffic.
15 There are those living who know the mothers whom this accursed traffic has driven to the murder of their children; and themselves seeking in death a shelter from woes more dreaded than death.