There are the fifty louis, i'faith," said Aramis, emptying
the purse on the table, all bearing the effigy of Louis XIII.
I promise myself a peculiar pleasure in emptying
my revolver into that young bonze when next we meet,' was the unchristian answer.
But as meantime I had been emptying
my Venetian goblet with a certain regularity (the amount of heat given out by that iron stove was amazing; it parched one's throat, and the straw-coloured wine didn't seem much stronger than so much pleasantly flavoured water) the voices and the impressions they conveyed acquired something fantastic to my mind.
I found myself on my feet emptying
one magazine, then the other, clicking open the breech to re-load, snapping it to again, while cheering and yelling with pure ferocity and joy of slaughter as I did so.
He was dipping this into the water at intervals, gravely regarding its harvest of weed or mud, and emptying
it out again.
The young Harrogate was left behind for a moment emptying
a glass of white wine and lighting a cigarette, as the beauty retired with the banker, the courier and the poet, distributing peals of silvery satire.
Permission granted, she began to chatter gently about Italy, the plunge it had been to come there, the gratifying success of the plunge, the improvement in her sister's health, the necessity of closing the bed-room windows at night, and of thoroughly emptying
the water-bottles in the morning.
When she was emptying
the beans into the pan, one dropped without her observing it, and lay on the ground beside a straw, and soon afterwards a burning coal from the fire leapt down to the two.
And that was the River Iss, emptying
into the Lost Sea of Korus in the Valley Dor?
These, however, came after a pause, in which my eyes had fallen from his face, but in which I heard him emptying
I heard the concierge in the next room emptying
Presently he removed the quiver from his shoulder, and emptying
the arrows upon the ground reached into the bottom of the bag-like receptacle and drew forth a flat object wrapped in many soft leaves and tied with bits of long grass.