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  • The pot of pinto beans swung by its bail on an iron rod to the side of the fire.

    Cold Mountain

  • Deciding to bail on her own debriefing/mind-wiping session, she and Emmett had slipped unnoticed from HQ and escaped from Alexandria.

    Etched in Bone

  • On complaint of different persons, these two fellows were several times arrested, car - ried before one of our county courts, and held to bail on charges of 'conspiracy to kidnap,' and of 'defamation,' in calling William and Ellen 'SLAVES.'

    Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom


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