Tis he that hath but now so soundly cracked
the crown of Eric of Lincoln," was the reply.
One started to follow me, but retreated again when Montgomery cracked
but no lad cared to gain a cracked crown for nothing.
Then Eric stepped back to gather his wits, while a great shout went up and all were glad that Nottingham had cracked Lincoln's crown; and thus ended the first bout of the game.
said some, and others answered, "It is he that hath but now so soundly cracked the crown of Eric o' Lincoln.
Oh, my head isn't cracked
in the least," declared Jack, more cheerfully.
One after another of us joined in the orgy of rage, until even old Marrow-Bone was mumbling and spluttering with his cracked
voice and withered lips.
When the oat-spry horse had hedged a little his first spurt of speed Jerry broke the lid of his cab and called down through the aperture in the voice of a cracked
megaphone, trying to please:
And, interlacing his fingers, Alexey Alexandrovitch stretched them, and the joints of the fingers cracked
There has been rain this afternoon, and a wintry shudder goes among the little pools on the cracked
, uneven flag-stones, and through the giant elm-trees as they shed a gust of tears.
One end was cracked
and dented from the capsize of the wagon in Rock Canyon.
While some participants stated that they had never intentionally cracked
their knuckles, other participants did it frequently every day -- up to 20 times per day for the past 40 years.
Numerical and experimental investigation on ultimate strength of cracked
cylindrical shells subjected to combined loading, Mechanika 4(84): 12-19.
They also performed a comparison of the calculated fatigue life of samples failed by cracked
eutectic particles and debonded eutectic with actual fatigue life.
Make sure your M240H's cover hasn't already cracked