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It was a slow and tiresome trip, along the dreary shores of Behring Sea, over timberless tundras, across inlets where the new ice bent beneath their weight and where the mail-carrier cautiously tested the footing with the head of his ax.
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Petersen, the mail-carrier, for instance!
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Arrangements made, Bill went in search of the mail-carrier.
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Had it not been for the Norseman's otter cap it is probable that a new mail-carrier would have taken the St. Michaels run.
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Once the mail-carrier had been apprised of the amazing incidents which had occurred during his temporary inattention, he vowed vengeance in a mighty voice, and his threats found echo in the throats of his two companions.
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It was a womanish, spiteful thing to do, and he regretted it, but later when he greeted the husband he lied circumstantially and declared he had given the missive into the hands of the mail-carrier on the very hour of his departure.
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Now dog-fights are common; by no logic could one attribute weighty results to the loss of a sixty-pound leader, but in this instance it so happened that the mail-carrier's schedule suffered so that his contract was canceled.
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The two mail-carriers managed to get into their sleeping-bags, but the gale, instead of drifting them over with a protective mantle of snow, scoured the mountain-side bare to the brittle reindeer moss, and they began to freeze where they lay.
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He was the unofficial mail-carrier of Avonlea.
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He's been a professional freighter and mail-carrier for years.
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First came the courier and the half-breed who had hauled him out from Bennett; then mail-carriers for Circle City, two sleds of them, and a mixed following of ingoing Klondikers.
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The singular fact that a man who has lost his way always travels in a circle is vividly illustrated by the following narrative, told by a Montana paper, of a heroic mail-carrier: Casey carried the mail, carried by a two-wheeled sulky.
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The mail-carrier who took Rodney's first letter to his father from the camp, took also an order for a full outfit which was addressed to a merchant tailor in Little Rock.
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I first decided I would go to Washington and try to get a pass through the Union lines; but I soon found that that wouldn't do, for I saw by the papers that the Federals were straining every nerve to close the Potomac against smugglers and mail-carriers, and that satisfied me that no passes were granted.
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III Being unable to hold him back, she sent word by the mail-carrier to old Peter Drew to come up and help; the old farmer hitched up his bony mare and drove to see them, and for a couple of hours talked America while Jimmie talked Russia.
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For several days her heart beat very fast when she saw the mail-carrier coming, and drooped again when he had gone by without leaving the letter.
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Examples of Mail-carrier

Example #1
Sometimes they slept in their tent, or again in road-houses and in Indian villages.
Example #2
Since he was not yet altogether strong, he rode the sled most of the way, while the doctor walked.
Example #3
I don't know why I'm telling you this.
Example #4
As for the white men who come through, they can't, or they won't, understand.
Example #5
Petersen was drinking with two friends at the bar of the Last Chance, and he pressed his late passenger to join them.
Example #6
He was allowed no opportunity of doing so, for Bill frequently reminded him of her, and as a result it was not long before he found a place for his charge, in the home of a leading merchant.