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She's a pauper that's hung onto us all after her father'd done his best to ruin us.
Suddenly she jumped up onto a tub to be higher than he, embraced him so that both her slender bare arms clasped him above his neck, and, tossing back her hair, kissed him full on the lips.
The bit of wood which formed this neck was also sharpened at the upper end, and when all was ready Tip put on the pumpkin head, pressing it well down onto the neck, and found that it fitted very well.
The wind blew sharply onto Nikita's side and arm where his sheepskin was torn.
At times they came onto bare fields and the sledge-runners rattled over frozen lumps of earth.
The horse gave a start and quickly climbed out onto the frozen bank.
Coming up to the willows, which moaned sadly in the wind, the horse suddenly planted his forelegs above the height of the sledge, drew up his hind legs also, pulling the sledge onto higher ground, and turned to the left, no longer sinking up to his knees in snow.
Ah, Jimmie, what do yehs t'ink I got onto las' night.
The Ant climbed onto it and floated in safety to the bank.
Stepan Arkadyevitch put on his fur coat and went out onto the steps.
Enough or not enough, we must make it do," said Matvey, slamming the carriage door and stepping back onto the steps.
Outbound from Worcester: Starting from Union Station, the bus continues straight on Foster Street to McGrath Boulevard, bears left onto Southbridge Street, then left into the Auburn Mall bus stop, turns left on Southbridge Street, turns right onto Route 20 and follows Route 20 to Charlton, turning left onto North Main Street, then right onto Masonic Home Road, then left onto Route 20, and left onto Southbridge Road (Route 169).