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But you had to run the gauntlet to get there.
It's like running the gauntlet in the old days, did you ever read about that?
Instead he forced them to run the gauntlet to reach the water.
Seven, I'm sorry, but you're just going to have to run the gauntlet here.
He would much rather run the gauntlet of that driveway then wait in the dark any longer.
Another figure of speech is the phrase "run the gauntlet."
He roared back along the block, running the gauntlet of fire for a second time.
At times, that could be like running the gauntlet.
For one whole second I debated running the gauntlet with the reporters again, then took the back way out.
"It seems that we must run the gauntlet of a pretty crowd," said Tony.
A very similar military punishment found in later armies was known as "running the gauntlet".
Or try to retreat from her, and have to run the gauntlet of two male demons behind.
He knew the Indian way of running the gauntlet.
Still, she didn't think running the gauntlet of those crawling shapes would be too much fun.
Or that poets would want to run the gauntlet of British immigration officials.
They used to play 'run the gauntlet', whereby everyone got given a number while Jake turned his back.
Going back to the house in which Brivibas had raised her, she ran the gauntlet again.
He looked back at the trees through which he had so recently run the gauntlet for his life.
Diana pressed her mouth into a firm line and prepared to run the gauntlet.
So there was really no choice: We would have to run the gauntlet, and acid be damned.
A boy was sentenced to running the gauntlet between the other village boys and 148 children were whipped.
Singing pained notes at one another, the three ran the gauntlet of sound.
I'd offer you a tonic, but we'd have to run the gauntlet out there again to get to the machine.
Small groups of the enemy in Longarone now tried to run the gauntlet to the south.
Madame says you must come quickly, there's big trouble, she gasped and started to run the gauntlet back to the door.
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