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388 examples of rollin in sentences

When he heard the ball come rollin' down the tin, he would "muff" it with his wash-bord.

He heard the ball rollin'.

I want it in a bank, so's if I should kick the bucket (there'll be some pretty high rollin' here when there's been a few boats in, and

Several voices were heard together in confusion; among the speakers were La Rochejacquelein, Ledru-Rollin, Marie, and Berryer.

He lifted an' slung those two Germans, one after another, quick as that!like you'd toss a couple of wheat sheafs with your pitchfork, an' he sent them rollin', with blood squirtin' all over.

Louis Blanc, who, although banished, was coming to the assistance of France, and was bringing to us the great power of his name and of his mind, had been compelled, like Ledru Rollin, to halt before the catastrophe of the 4th.

still I here rollin', Shorty George done gone.

At the same time French exiles were seeking to gain a living in New York,Ledru Rollin as a store porter, Louis Blanc as a dancing-master, and Felix Pyat as a scene-shifter.

Lists of names are passed from hand to hand; among the names are those of Dorian (president), Schoelcher, Delescluze, Ledru Rollin, Fรฉlix Pyat.

Having signed Ledru-Rollin's call to arms, he was obliged after the events of June to take refuge in England.

"Oh! rollin' about on the floor," was the obviously untrue reply.

The leader, however, who may be desirous of knowing the events which took place during this interval, will find as complete a detail of them as can now be given, in Hooke's or Rollin's Roman History.

I beat the whole town through, and at last I found him a rollin' bowly alleys, and I giv him your letther.

The boys, seated at marble-topped tables, were making a hideous rattle with their forks and tin cups, while one of their schoolfellows, seated at the desk in the middle of the great room, was reading aloud, as the regulations direct, a passage from Rollin's Ancient History.

Also, I cannot help remembering, that, on the whole, I have been more intensely bored with works of fiction,beginning with "Gil Blas," and ending withon the whole, I won't even mention it,than I ever was by the Latin Grammar or Rollin's History.

He had just been reading, in Rollin's extracts from Xenophon, the answer which the lady of Tigranes made when all the company were extolling Cyrus, and expressing the admiration with which his appearance and behaviour struck them.

The basses they 'd be rollin' on, with faces swelled and red, And racin' the supraners, who was p'r'aps a bar ahead; While Nate beat time with both his hands and worked like drivin' plow, With drops o' sweat a-standin' out upon his face and brow; And all the congregation felt that Heav'n was shorely nigher Whene'er they heerd the chorus sung with Nathan leadin' choir.

"Been havin' the fun o' the worrld down at the dressin'-station watchin' Monk's casualties rollin' in," said he.

I excused myself to Rollin P. Saxe, one of my friends, and walked up to Mr. Meacham.

"Mus' 'a' bin rollin' dem bones!" "Tha's a boy!" shouted Bert with a great guffaw.

Oh, I heard Queen Victoria say That if we would forsake our native land of slavery, And come across de lake That she was standin' on de shore Wid arms extended wide, To give us all a peaceful home Beyond de rollin' tide.

"Rollin's Ancient Hist., Vol.

"Rollin, ii, 71.

"Rollin's Hist., ii, 106.

"Rollin's An. Hist., Vol.

"Rollin's Ancient Hist., Vol.

"To be the deliverer of the captive Jews, by the ordering their temple to be re-built," &c.Rollin, ii, 124.

"Rollin's An. Hist., Vol.

"Rollin, ii, 86.

"Rollin, ii, 89.

"Rollin, ii, 23.

"Rollin, ii, 67.

"Rollin's Hist., ii, 106.

"Rollin, ii, 117.

"Rollin's Hist., ii, 115.

Dey wuzn't much rollin' to it, mostly carrying.

Rollin's Ancient History, iv.

WALKER, ROLLIN H. Picturesque interviews with Jesus.

Rollin H. Walker (A); 12Apr54; R128666.

Drawings by Rollin Kirby.

SALISBURY, ROLLIN D., joint author. College text-book of geology.

OSTERWEIS, ROLLIN. Judah P. Benjamin.

Rollin Osterweis (A); 9Feb61; R270909. OTTO, HENRY J. Elementary school organization and administration.

DENIS, THERESE. SEE MEERSCH, THERESE DENIS VAN DER. DENNISTON, ROLLIN H. A textbook of general botany.

SEE PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN.

PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN.

SEE Spencer, Edwin Rollin.

SEE Spencer, Edwin Rollin.

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SEE Perkins, Rollin M. The law and public education.

Foreword by Jose Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne.

ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE.

THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y. SEE Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne, Jose.

THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y. SEE Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne, Jose.

TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA.

SEE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE.

By John F. Sherwood & Clifford Rollin Niswonger.

THE INTERPRETATION OF TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS, by Rollin D. Salisbury and Arthur C. Trowbridge.

R58369, 9Feb50, B. J. Munchweiler (A) SALISBURY, Rollin D. SEE The interpretation of topographic maps.

WALKER, ROLLIN H. Picturesque interviews with Jesus.

Rollin H. Walker (A); 12Apr54; R128666.

SEE Martino, Antonio de. DENNISTON, ROLLIN H., joint author.

SALISBURY, ROLLIN D., joint author. College text-book of geology.

OSTERWEIS, ROLLIN. Judah P. Benjamin.

Rollin Osterweis (A); 9Feb61; R270909. OTTO, HENRY J. Elementary school organization and administration.

CHAMBERLIN, ROLLIN T. Chamberlin and Salisbury's College textbook of geology, second edition.

Rewritten & revised by Rollin T. Chamberlin & Paul MacClintock.

SEE PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN.

PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN.

PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN.

Howard Rollin Patch, Jr. (C); 6Jul66; R389078.

PATCH, HOWARD ROLLIN, JR.

SEE Patch, Howard Rollin.

SEE Spencer, Edwin Rollin.

BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-.

SEE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE.

Foreword by Jose Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne.

THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y. SEE Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne, Jose.

THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y. SEE Rollin de la Torre-Bueno y Thorne, Jose.

TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE ROLLIN DE LA.

SEE ROLLIN DE LA TORRE-BUENO Y THORNE, JOSE.

It just keeps rollin' along.

By Rollin M. Perkins.

By John F. Sherwood & Clifford Rollin Niswonger.

By Rollin G. Osterweis.

Rollin G. Osterweis (A); 8Feb77; R653442.

By Howard Rollin Patch.

The University of Paris, under the direction of Rollin, was developing the intelligence and lively powers of burgessdom; and Montesquieu, as yet full young, was shooting his missiles in the Lettres persanes at the men and the things of his country with an almost cynical freedom, which was, as it were, the alarum and prelude of all the liberties which he scarcely dared to claim, but of which he already let a glimpse be seen.

"We didn' have no dancin' dat I 'member, but had plen'y log rollin's.

There remains to be considered a series of undeniably remarkable pictures, executed in Rome by John Rollin Tilton.

This is the ghost that leads you astray in forest and highway: Undermost, uppermost, hither and yon the ground is a-rollin', Bridges bendin', and mountains movin', and everything double.

What was that impident fellow Pat doin' rollin' Mr. Brennan on the floor?" Elleney shook her head, and wept, and nearly throttled her aunt, but entered on no explanation.

It's a sure good way to get rested up; just to sit down and forget everything but the big world rollin' down to the edge of nothin'.

An' I heard him rollin' down the slope.

"'E 's groanin' an' rollin' about an' keepin' all us others awake.

Then he was safe in France, as he had been in England, and began the political race on equal terms with such men as Cavaignac and Ledru-Rollin.

ROLLIN, CHARLES, French historian, born in Paris; rector of the University; wrote "Ancient History" in 13 vols., and "Roman History" in 16 vols., once extremely popular, but now discredited and no longer in request (1661-1741).

We had read Herodotus, and Gibbon, and Gillies, and done manful duty with Rollin.

I ain't rollin' in coin the way you are, Mac.

Sa-ay when yuh figure two hundred cars a day rollin' through, and half of 'em comin' to yuh with grief of some kind" "It's darn little