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  • Of course, he had started to bear the work a good week and a half before the gradual accumulation of lost time on a too-crowded schedule had begun to drive them to extra hours of effort.

    The Far Call

  • But under the influence of excitement he had so far made up for lost time that he got, like Hurrell, a second class in the final classical schools.

    The Life of Froude

  • He decided to bull through straight down Volunteer Parkway on the premise that once he passed the speedway, traffic would lessen considerably and he could make up for lost time and still get out to Mountain City by midafternoon, where he’d begin with Detective Thelma and maybe even get a chance to meet up with the hero, Sheriff Reed Wells, Silver Star winner and reformer.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • I am sure, two hours upon the whole time by these tedious pauses, and then between these endless stoppages we made up for lost time by tearing at a furious pace along the sharp curves, by which the railroad follows the windings of the Housatonic river,

    Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters


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