These said that the choir would keep
up their lacerating attempts at melody until they would bring down a storm some day that would sink the ship.
It's a sure good idea to keep
an eye out for town sites all the way up.
This is the key of the castle gate; the other opens the keep.
From either side they were sweeping down from room to room and from bastion to bastion in the direction of the keep.
I'll expect you to earn your keep, and no mistake about that.
I didn't say that Matthew and I had absolutely decided that we wouldn't keep her.
Well, let's all make a few, just for the fun of it, and see if we can keep
them," I said.
The Captain of the ship was not afraid, because he had seen storms before, and had sailed his ship through them in safety; but he knew that his passengers would be in danger if they tried to stay on deck, so he put them all into the cabin and told them to stay there until after the storm was over, and to keep
brave hearts and not be scared, and all would be well with them.
chopping and changing their bits of land.
He could not keep
it to himself; and on board ship there is only one man to whom it is worth while to unburden yourself.
into, to be kept dry, either from rain or the spray of the sea; and a little, long, hollow place I cut in the inside of the boat, where I could lay my gun, making a flap to hang down over it to keep
that is, to be a servant), though I was so young; and I told my nurse, as we called her, that I believed I could get my living without going to service, if she pleased to let me; for she had taught me to work with my needle, and spin worsted, which is the chief trade of that city, and I told her that if she would keep
me, I would work for her, and I would work very hard.
I thought I might as well keep
them to myself as have them swallowed up alive too; so I kept them in a box, looking over them when I felt in the humour.
me here all my life long; but pray, pray send them back.
As long as you travel with us, keep
as near me as you can.