The professor had just met a woman wheeling a cat out in a baby-carriage.
She was wheeling her baby-carriage, and Marjorie ran to meet her.
Did our David or Julius or Benny ever have such a baby-carriage?
Then she said, "Goodby, Amelia dear," and resumed her progress with the baby-carriage.
You remember that afternoon when you met me with the baby-carriage?
Then she was gone, trundling the baby-carriage with incredible speed.
She seized in her turn the handle of the baby-carriage, and gave Maria a strong push aside.
Your mother was still pushing you around in a baby-carriage then.
Staggering up, he ran back to the sidewalk, leaving the baby-carriage a wreck behind him.
Such a baby-carriage what Mrs. Rooney has—it only happens to us once, Solly.