Clasp your hands
so, and stagger across the room, crying frantically, `Roderigo Save me
There was something awful in his unconsciousness of the figure that could have put out its hand
and touched him as he stooped over his labour.
My guardian was in his room, washing his hands
with his scented soap, when I went into the office from Walworth; and he called me to him, and gave me the invitation for myself and friends which Wemmick had prepared me to receive.
Thus then, my father, did Chaka the King, the greatest man who has ever lived in Zululand, and the most evil, pass by my hand
to those kraals of the Inkosazana where no sleep is.
He kept on turning to Raoul to see if he was holding his arm properly, showing him how he himself carried his hand
as if always ready to fire, though the pistol was in his pocket.
Well dost thou know, ungrateful Quiteria, that according to the holy law we acknowledge, so long as live thou canst take no husband; nor art thou ignorant either that, in my hopes that time and my own exertions would improve my fortunes, I have never failed to observe the respect due to thy honour; but thou, casting behind thee all thou owest to my true love, wouldst surrender what is mine to another whose wealth serves to bring him not only good fortune but supreme happiness; and now to complete it (not that I think he deserves it, but inasmuch as heaven is pleased to bestow it upon him), I will, with my own hands
, do away with the obstacle that may interfere with it, and remove myself from between you.
No longer was I a jibbering idiot, but a sane, reasoning man with the means of escape within my very hands
And so lively was his impatience that he even laid his hand
upon my arm and sought to shake me.
Now the son of Tydeus was in pursuit of the Cyprian goddess, spear in hand
, for he knew her to be feeble and not one of those goddesses that can lord it among men in battle like Minerva or Enyo the waster of cities, and when at last after a long chase he caught her up, he flew at her and thrust his spear into the flesh of her delicate hand
Whereas it so falls out, on the other hand
, that I am able to be of some trifle of use to Sir Leicester Dedlock since his illness-- brought on by family sorrows--and that he would rather have that help from our mother's son than from anybody else.
I ain't got a hunch, but I got a tolerable likeable hand
," Campbell announced, as he slid in his slip; "but it's not a raising hand
As the tomahawk flew noiselessly through the air to Lerumie's hand
, just as noiselessly, the next instant, it flew through the air from his hand
into the hand
of the fat Mary with the nursing child who stood behind the mate.
He twisted his arm, rolled the biceps over with his other hand
, and gazed underneath where he was least touched by the sun.
Twenty-four hours had passed since he had slashed open the hand
that was now bandaged and held up by a sling to keep the blood out of it.
Van Brandt; and with her, holding her hand
, I beheld a second apparition never before revealed to me, the apparition of her child.