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Rather than cleaving to the I-95, King took an arching route through the pastoral idylls of Pennsylvania, which is where he was when I recently gave him a call.
In the absence of any over-arching rebel military leadership, there is no one to referee disputes before they get out of hand.
Did they feel that a more over-arching theme about “love” would have broader appeal?
Davy picked up the reins and Frosty began tiptoeing around and arching his back.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
The sun through the arching elms flecked his white hair with moving bits of light; it narrowed the keen, earnest eyes of blue.Cursed|George Allan England
The pony, under the sting of the unexpected blow, leaped into the air with arching back and a squeal of rage.The Pony Rider Boys in Texas|Frank Gee Patchin
The roof was usually composed of one great stone, flat below but arching above and forming a sort of monument.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler
Ambrose was thirsty, and then he saw that beside the tree there was a well, half hidden by the arching roots that rose above it.The Secret Glory|Arthur Machen