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One is not even made wet by the rain nor cold by the frost; while death, instead of stalking about grewsome and accidental, becomes a prearranged pageant, moving along a well-oiled groove to the family vault, where the hinges are kept from rusting and the dust from the air is swept continually away.
On the other hand, there are those that make toward survival, the fit individuals who escape from the rule of the obvious and the expected and adjust their lives to no matter what strange grooves they may stray into, or into which they may be forced.
'And now you have jerked me out of the groove. I shall go out to Bob by the first boat.'
You say I've helped you out of your groove. Well, I've only one chance of getting out of mine, and that's through you.
"Double your two to one?" says Groove to Rattle, notebook in hand.
"I'll give you three or two on the little one in half-crowns," said Groove to Rattle.
These scuttles then were protected against the shock of departure by plates let into solid grooves, which could easily be opened outward by unscrewing them from the inside.
It resembled that perpendicular seam sometimes made in the straight, lofty trunk of a great tree, when the upper lightning tearingly darts down it, and without wrenching a single twig, peels and grooves out the bark from top to bottom, ere running off into the soil, leaving the tree still greenly alive, but branded.
They placed the wheels in the two grooves, and Meekins secured the carriage with a rope which he let run through his fingers.
When he tried to pull it completely out from the grooves in which it ran, it resisted him.
And now the dark-haired young man spoke to me, and it became evident that his mind also moved along its own set of grooves.
She had a little circular set of mental grooves or rails on which she started little trains of other people's opinions, which never overtook one another, and never got anywhere.