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adv.1.In a limping manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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By stealthily crawling initially, he managed to close up with the LMG bunker and somehow was able to get around the rear entrance limpingly, while the Indian detachment was engaging the advancing Pakistani attacking forces.
To her great credit and the astonishment of my hunting brothers, several of whom hid a tear, she limpingly found and staunchly pointed a bird that all the other fine dogs had failed to detect.
The negotiation went on limpingly, until the Russian prime minister Chernomyrdin backed on July 7, a draft peace settlement produced by the chief of the Russian negotiator, Vyacheslav Michailov.