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All the morning they trudged up the mountain path and at noon Unc and Ojo sat on a fallen tree-trunk and ate the last of the bread which the old Munchkin had placed in his pocket.
Then it would catch it up again and come bounding swiftly along the path I had taken.
I could not move swiftly over the rough, broken ground, but as I looked round me in despair I saw a well-marked, hard-beaten path which ran across in front of me.
Then an apprentice came by, a youth who had often seen me busily digging, and noticing the unusual tears, and struck perhaps by the difference between my garden and the profusion of splendour all around, paused with his barrow on the path in front of me, and remarked that nobody could expect to get blood out of a stone.
The thought of Miss Robinson close behind us gave wings to my feet, and, casting my dignity, of which, indeed, there was but little left, to the winds, I fairly flew down the path.
Excuse me," called the Sawhorse, "the path has ended and I'd like to know which way to go.
They looked around and sure enough there was no path to be seen.
She unfastened this card and returned to the path, where the light was better, and sat herself down upon a slab of rock to read the printing.
Back and forth, back and forth, between Pollyanna and the side path he vibrated, barking and whining pitifully.
I should like to look at the creature'; if it is a true Iroquois I can tell him by his knavish look, and by his paint," said the scout; stepping past the charger of Heyward, and entering the path behind the mare of the singing master, whose foal had taken advantage of the halt to exact the maternal contribution.
See, just in front of the little path leading to the lake, that was his nearest way to get out.
He would keep running off the path hunting for ginger-roots.
It is so early in the day that I shall still get there in good time'; and so she ran from the path into the wood to look for flowers.
I will search the broad earth till I find a path up to the sun, or some kind friend who will carry me; for, alas
I tiptoed down the path and stooped behind the low wall which surrounded the stunted orchard.