TRACK


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TRACKTruancy Reduction & Attendance Coalition of Kern
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'I must follow the horse's track before it is snowed under.
These innumerable multitudes of ruminating beasts often form an insurmountable obstacle to the passage of the trains; thousands of them have been seen passing over the track for hours together, in compact ranks.
The trouble was over in an amazingly short time, for from the judges' stand beside the track the announcer was bellowing the start of the boys' foot-race; and Bert, disappointed, joined Billy and the two girls on the hillside looking down upon the track.
Beyond the shadow of the ship, I watched the water-snakes: They moved in tracks of shining white, And when they reared, the elfish light Fell off in hoary flakes.
In the middle of it, clearly marked on the sodden soil, was the track of a bicycle.
"Well, if it's pretty dark I reckon I'll track him.
"The method which traces the criminal by means of the tracks of his footsteps is altogether primitive.
"They will be upon our track by this time," he said.
'Got on her track yet--hey, Pudd'nhead?'" He wanted to laugh, but that would not have answered; there were people about, and he was mourning for his uncle.
He therefore missed seeing that Adam branched off the track and returned to the high road.
Having advanced six paces and strayed off the track into the snow, Pierre looked down at his feet, then quickly glanced at Dolokhov and, bending his finger as he had been shown, fired.
Fill your pocket full of peas, and make a small hole in the pocket, and then if you are carried away again, they will fall out and leave a track in the streets.' But unseen by the king, the manikin was standing beside him when he said that, and heard all.