1 Pursuing a zigzag course across the marketplace, the child returned to her mother, and communicated what the mariner had said.
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2 Stepan Arkadyevitch hit one at the very moment when it was beginning its zigzag movements, and the snipe fell in a heap into the mud.
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3 We passed across Holborn, down Endell Street, and so through a zigzag of slums to Covent Garden Market.
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4 His gray clothes and jerky, zigzag, irregular progress made him not unlike some huge moth himself.
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5 Only by following at some distance could one cut across the zigzag path of the French.
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6 The thunder was loud and metallic, like the rattle of sheet iron, and the lightning broke in great zigzags across the heavens, making everything stand out and come close to us for a moment.
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7 By the beaten paths, which indulge in a thousand teasing zigzags, it required a good quarter of an hour.
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8 Anna Hansen shook the reins and they drove on, while I zigzagged back to my inlet and clambered up behind an overhanging elm.
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9 Two or three lamps were rained out and blown out; so, both saw the lightning to advantage as it quivered and zigzagged on the iron tracks.
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