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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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He took his seat on the sled and Mattie instantly placed herself in front of him.
She waited while he seated himself with crossed legs in the front of the sled; then she crouched quickly down at his back and clasped her arms about him.
Once or twice the sled swerved a little under them.
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.
When the sled was lashed and the complaining dogs harnessed, he returned into the cabin for his mittens.
At the bottom of the bank, beside the water-hole, he halted the sled. He worked the sack of gold out between the lashings and carried it to the water-hole.
Tom Morton is a fifth-generation sled maker and managing director of Paricon Sleds, a Maine concern that holds the exclusive rights to make the Flexible Flyer.
"The Sleds Are Coming" is intended to bring community exposure to GLASA and showcase its sled hockey program.
Then one day, I read an article about sled hockey--and that changed our lives.
The dog sleds with eight dogs that went for longer races were the most attractive for visitors.