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barrow-man August 3, 2010

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A hawker of fruit and vegetables from a barrow

Many of those ways were too narrow for horse carts-in some Mat would not have had to extend his arms fully to touch the walls on either side-and more than once he had to press Tuon against the front of a building to let a heavy-loaded hand-barrow rumble past over the uneven paving stones, the barrow-man calling apologies for the inconvenience without slowing.

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