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References in classic literature ?
Toot-toot-tootle-too goes the horn, and away they are again, five-and-thirty miles on their road (nearly half-way to Rugby, thinks Tom), and the prospect of breakfast at the end of the stage.
My dear friend," said Aramis, "remember that he goes in an opposite direction from that I which we are going, that he has a fresh horse, and ours are fatigued, so that we shall disable our own horses without even a chance of overtaking him.
He, after some talk, goes home, and the shepherds go off to seek and count their sheep, agreeing to meet again at the "crooked thorn.
A limpid torrent goes whistling down the glen, and toward the foot of it winds through a narrow cleft between lofty precipices and hurls itself over a succession of falls.
He sits at home, dosing it with whisky, and Jerry and me goes off alone.
Our law-writers, who live by job-work, are a queer lot; and this may not be his name, but it's the name he goes by.
The Veneering dinners are excellent dinners--or new people wouldn't come--and all goes well.
Before he leaves the room, silent Peter goes to the window, and asks in fewest possible words if he shall draw the curtains.
Edwin takes his watch, puts it on, and goes out, thinking: 'Dear old Jack
The salt chill of the air that is the blessing of all the bay cities after the sun goes down crept in about them.
I shall shake hands,' returned the landlord, putting his into his pockets, 'with no man as goes to London on such nonsensical errands.