trace to

See: ascribe
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Kotuko made him a tiny harness with a trace to it, and hauled him all over the house- floor, shouting: "Aua
He must have met Kotuko the dog, and played or fought with him, for his shoulder-loop had caught in the plaited copper wire of Kotuko's collar, and had drawn tight, so that neither could get at the trace to gnaw it apart, but each was fastened sidelong to his neighbour's neck.
She has left the place at which I saw her last--there is no trace to be found of her--and Emily knows it.
Delvin replied, "that there is a trace to be found of Mrs.
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