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The young man turned to hit him, but Corbett sprang back.
Roberts kept springing to his feet to shout at the referee.
‘Let’s get going,’ my father cried, springing into action.
‘She was just trying to help!’ said Eric, springing to her defence.
The door sprang open, and Jeremy appeared.
Tears sprang to his eyes as he thought of Helen.
As they drove further down the road, two old barns sprang into view.
A powerful underground movement sprang into existence, led by the Socialists.