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TOSS

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"Oh, please, Flashman, please, Walker, don't toss me!
Greatest mathematical distance of all was that between Captain Duncan's mind and the mind of an astronomer who charted the heavens and navigated a thousand million miles away among the stars and who tossed, a mere morsel of his mathematical knowledge, the few shreds of information to Captain Duncan that enabled him to know from day to day the place of the Makambo on the sea.
She took up a collection of all our small change, and herself tossed it overside, singly and in handfuls, arranging the terms of the contests, chiding a miss, giving extra rewards to clever wins, in short, managing the whole exhibition.
So she wasn't easily frightened, whatever happened, and when the wind began to howl and whistle, and the waves began to tumble and toss, our little girl didn't mind the uproar the least bit.
Then I tossed him a Yorker which he missed and it went off at a tangent as soon as it had reached the tree.
And as he spoke (the weather sliding-doors standing open) he tossed the bottle into the sea.
So the Tottenhot raised the Scarecrow high in the air and tossed him over the heads of the crowd.
And even as his hurrying soul tossed, it was reaching for another shirt.
The merry old gentleman had a basket of small toys with him, and he tossed the toys one by one to the children as he passed by.
I'll smoke no more-- He tossed the still lighted pipe into the sea.
SHE ties him up in the duster, and tosses it about like a ball.
But once more it was the same boundary line overgrown with wormwood, once more the same wormwood desperately tossed by the wind and carrying unreasoning terror to his heart.