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It fell into the scaffolding, zigzagged from point to point, and disappeared.
It was a very steep path that zigzagged from side to side of the gully.
He zigzagged from obscure village to village, as though determined to keep away from all main-traveled avenues of traffic.
A bolt of pure white zigzagged from the sky and exploded on the ground right in front of him.
The breast of the black cloud was now zigzagged from moment to moment by lightning, and claps of deafening thunder broke from it.
Leading the animal very carefully so as to avoid rustling the brush, he zigzagged from the camp until he had reached a safe distance.
He stumbled, loitered along the way to fix his shoe, zigzagged from one side to the other, fumbled at his pack, and finally stopped.
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