Sled


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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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Messner unharnessed the animals, unloaded his sled and took possession.
He had to guard them against the second team of dogs, and when he had re‰ntered the cabin the other man had unpacked the sled and fetched water.
Seventy-four below zero by spirit thermometer on the sled.
He handled the sack lovingly, and with due appreciation of its preciousness carried it out to his sled.
The sled started with a bound, and they flew on through the dusk, gathering smoothness and speed as they went, with the hollow night opening out below them and the air singing by like an organ.
he cried exultantly, as they spun safely past it and flew down the second slope; and when they reached the level ground beyond, and the speed of the sled began to slacken, he heard her give a little laugh of glee.
Ethan dragged the sled with one hand and passed the other through Mattie's arm.
He pulled the sled out, blinking like a night-bird as he passed from the shade of the spruces into the transparent dusk of the open.
Francois, guiding the sled at the gee- pole, sometimes exchanged places with him, but not often.
She found tumbling down and getting up again warm work for a time, but with six boys to teach her, she managed at last to stand alone; and, satisfied with that success, she refreshed herself with a dozen grand coasts on the Amazon, as her sled was called.
Me and Blanche were coming home just now, and we saw her and Tom widing down the hill on his sled, and then he dwagged her ever so far
On the hill, some little girls were playing with their sleds, real little girls, in warm hoods and coats, rubber boots and mittens, and Polly felt drawn toward them in spite of her fear of Fan.