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Use "dollying" in a sentence
"In the latter case the rich find would immediately be pegged out as a claim, or lease, and work commenced, the coarse gold being won by the simple process of "dollying" the ore; or pounding it in an iron mortar with an iron pestle, and passing it when crushed, through a series of sieves in which the gold, too large to fall through, is held."
"Everywhere we tried we found gold sprinkled through the stone like pepper, and by "dollying" obtained good results."
"The film in general is seriously undermined by its Wes Anderson-style obsession with ostentatious perfection books lined up meticulously in square piles with the camera dollying across as if the atmosphere is more important than the human moment, along with the distracting presence of Haskell Wexler as a bookstore customer and the uncomfortably carnal quid-pro-quo credit of “Executive Producers: George Clooney Steven Soderbergh.”"