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hobbled -- as in: he hobbled up the hill
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Teabing hobbled lower through the shadows.
  • Teabing hobbled across the study, unlocked a set of wide glass doors, and swung them open onto a side lawn.
  • Teabing hobbled over.
  • "Give me a minute," he said, hobbling toward the cockpit.
  • "It’s early on a Saturday," Teabing said, hobbling toward the entrance, "so I’m assuming we won’t have services to deal with."
  • Teabing looked unamused as he hobbled down the stairs.
  • The Kent chief inspector felt only distaste for Leigh Teabing as the man hobbled around him in defiance.
  • "As you can see, my dear," Teabing said, hobbling toward a bookshelf, "Leonardo is not the only one who has been trying to tell the world the truth about the Holy Grail.

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  • The blizzard killed dozens, cut power and hobbled transport.
  • High oil prices hobbled U.S. economic growth.

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