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If doing his best won't get this load up he must do something more than his best; that's all I know, ma'am," said Jakes.
I put down my head, and threw my whole weight against the collar; I spared no strength; the load moved on, and I pulled it steadily up the hill, and then stopped to take breath.
Very well," said the Abyssinian, "I promise, and even if there be but five loads you shall have your freedom; but until the gold is in my possession you remain a prisoner.
While Werper dreamed of freedom and the unmolested enjoyment of the fortune in his stolen pouch, and Abdul Mourak lay awake in greedy contemplation of the fifty loads of gold which lay but a few days farther to the south of him, Achmet Zek gave orders to his lieutenants that they should prepare a force of fighting men and carriers to proceed to the ruins of the Englishman's DOUAR on the morrow and bring back the fabulous fortune which his renegade lieutenant had told him was buried there.
The fitful bursts of sleet had changed into a steady rain and the horses had heavy work even without a load behind them.
You've got a right smart load as it is," said one of them; "and it's not me should tell you your business, but I wouldn't tote that tent along if I was you.
She shook her head decidedly, and Charles and Hal put the last odds and ends on top the mountainous load.
As they swung on the turn the sled went over, spilling half its load through the loose lashings.
Half the load and twice the dogs, if they ever expected to reach Dawson, was what was said.
It took them half the night to pitch a slovenly camp, and half the morning to break that camp and get the sled loaded in fashion so slovenly that for the rest of the day they were occupied in stopping and rearranging the load.
And though they were making poor time, the heavy load they dragged sapped their strength severely.
She was pretty and soft, but she weighed one hundred and twenty pounds--a lusty last straw to the load dragged by the weak and starving animals.
And running still, Kama groaning on top the load, and Daylight leaping at the gee-pole to avoid going under the runners of the flying sled, they arrived at Dyea by the sea.
This study focused on consecutive pairs of CD4 counts and viral loads collected at least 2 months apart but not more than 2 years apart.
When you run with a normal pack, it bounces up and down," and the wearer repeatedly gets "squeezed in the vise between the load and the ground" Rome says.