AWAY


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AWAYAlways Welcome at YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association)
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So he sat down, and the fox began to run, and away they went over stock and stone so quick that their hair whistled in the wind.
What if he went away -- ever so far away, into unknown countries beyond the seas -- and never came back any more
My mother recognized me, but she warned me away when I started to climb into the tree.
It seems to you that mainly what you want is to get away; get away from the same old tedious things you're so used to seeing and so tired of, and set something new.
So he left Aunt Em at home to watch after the hired men and to take care of the farm, while he traveled far away to Australia to visit his cousins and have a good rest.
Yes,' she replied; and then, without a pause or any change of voice, 'I want you to take me away,' she added.
Ran away, from the plantation of James Surgette, the following negroes: Randal, has one ear cropped; Bob, has lost one eye; Kentucky Tom, has one jaw broken.
When the circus-men came to take him back he got so wild and savage that he frightened them away.
The little dryad long since fled away weeping,--fled away, said evil tongues, fled away to the town.
That is all very well,' said the King, 'but I cannot give away my daughter until there stands in front of my palace a garden in which there are three fountains, of which the first must play gold, the second diamonds, and the third brilliants.
As I watched them disposing of the mangled remains of M'ling, I heard a light footfall behind me, and turning quickly saw the big Hyena-swine perhaps a dozen yards away.
I never ordered them to go away," said Princess Mary.