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After going some miles, I was pleased to see the waggons turning off the slippery track on to the veldt and outspanning.
A Yeoman's Letters Third Edition P. T. Ross
Just before outspanning to-day, Boey, being on horseback looking for water, met with a majestic one, which stood still and looked at him.
Robert Moffat The Missionary Hero of Kuruman David J. Deane
For miles and miles men were quickly at work sinking holes into the ground; camp-fires were flaming; teamsters were inspanning and outspanning their oxen, and wagons were creaking.
Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania Jewett Castello Gilson
After midnight, outspanning in a piercing wind, we formed square; main guard was posted over the General's car, and those lucky enough to escape turn of duty huddled together under cloaks and dozed fitfully until two-thirty.
With Botha in the Field Eric Moore Ritchie
There was a long journey ahead of us, so we only remained during the time that was occupied in outspanning the tired mules and inspanning the fresh lot.
"We'll need those traps here, I guess," declared Charlie when the outspanning was going on.
The Rogue Elephant The Boys' Big Game Series Elliott Whitney
He can gallop on the wild horses of wave and wind, outspanning his team in the caravanserai of night.
It was night as a rule before the column reached its camp, and there were some gorgeous pictures in the great outspanning commotion seen through dust clouds and the red sunset, and by light of many camp fires.
Yet, as Cassy Mavor looked out upon the exquisite beauty of the scene, upon the splendid outspanning of the sun along the hills, the deep plangent blue of the sky and the thrilling light, she saw a world in agony and she heard the moans of the afflicted.
Northern Lights Gilbert Parker 1897
Yet, as Cassy Mavor looked out upon the exquisite beauty of the scene, upon the splendid outspanning of the sun along the hills, the deep plangent blue of the sky and the thrilling light, she saw
The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker Gilbert Parker 1897