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With a desperation that was madness, unmindful of the pain, he hurried up the slope to the crest of the hill over which his comrade had disappeared - more grotesque and comical by far than that limping, jerking comrade.
One word does it as well as a hundred; and one word did it with Limping Lucy.
One or two of the people at work in the grounds near us looked up-- saw it was Limping Lucy--knew what to expect from that quarter--and looked away again.
It was my misfortune to be a man--and Limping Lucy enjoyed disappointing me.
This news--by closing up all prospects of my bringing Limping Lucy and Mr.
I've been on crutches but it hasn't stopped me from doing things, although I've been limping tonight.
He started limping when we came back earlier today and his paw pads seem to have gone pinker.
POLICE are hunting a limping sex attacker who assaulted a woman in a Great Barr park before limping off when the victim hit back with her handbag.
TIGER WOODS says he'll be fit for The in three weeks out of the Masters after 11 after limping back-Innisbrook, three in more in He birdie 17th, round course birdie.
England have a fresh injury worry of their own, with skipper Lewis Moody limping out of Bath's victory over Aironi with knee trouble.
Summary: An Antarctic cruise ship is limping back to port in Argentina after losing an engine in rough seas.
B [dagger][dagger] GEE, Maurice The Limping Man Puffin, 2010 176pp NZ$19.