She was none too soon, for the foremost Wheeler reached the hill a moment after her; but while the girl scrambled up the rocks the creature stopped short with howls of rage and disappointment.
Looking over her shoulder as she ran, the girl now saw a great procession of Wheelers emerging from the forest--dozens and dozens of them--all clad in splendid, tight-fitting garments and all rolling swiftly toward her and uttering their wild, strange cries.
The rest of the Wheelers had now reached the foot of the hill, but it was evident that their wheels would not roll upon the rough and jagged rocks, and therefore they were helpless to follow Dorothy and the hen to where they had taken refuge.
We are safe from the Wheelers until we starve to death, anyhow; and before that time comes a good many things can happen.
Dave was wheeler
or sled dog, pulling in front of him was Buck, then came Sol-leks; the rest of the team was strung out ahead, single file, to the leader, which position was filled by Spitz.
In front a continuous stream of hansoms and four- wheelers
were rattling up, discharging their cargoes of shirt- fronted men and beshawled, bediamonded women.
And so here's Rugby, sir, at last, and you'll be in plenty of time for dinner at the School-house, as I telled you," said the old guard, pulling his horn out of its case and tootle-tooing away, while the coachman shook up his horses, and carried them along the side of the school close, round Dead-man's corner, past the school-gates, and down the High Street to the Spread Eagle, the wheelers
in a spanking trot, and leaders cantering, in a style which would not have disgraced "Cherry Bob," "ramping, stamping, tearing, swearing Billy Harwood," or any other of the old coaching heroes.
The leaders slacked back an' darn near sat down on their singletrees when I threw the back into the wheelers
an' slammed on the brake an' stopped on the very precise spot.
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, 25, also will be tried on two counts of attempted murder, Judge Craig Richman ruled at the close of Wheeler
's preliminary hearing.
The Hanging of Ephraim Wheeler
provides a vibrant recreation of the life and death of one convicted felon in an early nineteenth-century New England town.
When Susan Wheeler
read the headline in her hometown paper--"Board OK's Cedar Crest Gay-Tolerance Club"--she looked toward heaven and spoke to her son.
A Wilderness Station, a soon-to-be-released Anne Wheeler
film based on a short story by Alice Munro, is set in the 19th-century Ontario wilderness and tells the sad tale of a young girl trapped in an abusive marriage.
and his family had just finished a two-and-a-half year tour with a Navy helicopter squadron on Guam.
The Foster Wheeler
contract value was not disclosed and the award will be included in the company's first-quarter 2007 bookings.