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‘she trudged through blinding snow’‘With hefty steps he trudged over to the open cell door where the guard waited.’‘He"d only propelled a couple of yards down the road when he experienced Sienna trudging alengthy gradually.’‘She then trudged up the three measures to the main door and also rang the doorbell.’‘She gave a hefty sigh and trudged off towards the front gate of her college.’‘Slipping on a red plhelp romore than her nightgown, Lydie progressively trudged to the front door.’‘As I drove onto the downtown departure ramp, an tired black woguy trudged in the direction of me, her head down.’‘Members trudged bravely via the snow for the January meeting, those snowed in sent out their apologies.’‘We trudged up a long flight of stone actions to the greatest point in the village.’‘The family watched them as they trudged exhaustedly in the direction of the nearemainder pulsating camp fire.’‘Snow was almost everywhere, and we trudged via a blizzard to pick up our snowboards.’‘A half an hour later on, they were trudging up a scurrently extended hill, breapoint greatly.’‘My husband also was waiting for me in the outer hall and together we started trudging via the thick snow.’‘Gwyn ongoing trudging across the sands as the last rays of light progressively faded to purple streaks across the skies.’‘After dinner Sandra cleaned her plate and then trudged back up the stairs to her room.’‘But neverthemuch less, she left the room and also trudged up the stairs to the ship"s deck.’‘He pulled on a pair of dark jeans, and also trudged down the stairs, grumbling around it being so beforehand.’‘I got up and also we all walked out of the music room and trudged to the front gate in silence.’‘Surveyors, trudging barefoot via the mud, stuck flags right into the soggy earth noting the city limits.’‘All alengthy the route to the park, we passed civilization wearily trudging back.’

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