By crossing to the other side of the Kolocha to the left of the highroad, Napoleon shifted
the whole forthcoming battle from right to left
The old man shifted
in his chair but merely shook his head.
The man shifted
her now to give himself freer use of his right arm, for the savages were pressing more closely upon Twelve and Three, and the change made it impossible for the girl to see his face even in the more frequent moonlit places.
Mukhorty too strained to listen, moving his ears, and when the wolf had ceased its howling he shifted
from foot to foot and gave a warning snort.
Sheldon aimed at the centre of his chest, then deliberately shifted
the aim to his right shoulder, and, with the thought, "That will put him out of business," pulled the trigger.
He grunted once or twice and shifted
his weight from one foreleg to the other, at the same time moving his head from side to side and swaying the ferns.
The next moment the hundred and odd pairs of eyes shifted
And invariably Ah Moy shifted
, though Daughtry failed to notice that he never shifted
into a bunk which Kwaque had occupied.
At last he fell, toppling backward, exhausted; and the bull-dog promptly shifted
his grip, getting in closer, mangling more and more of the fur-folded flesh, throttling White Fang more severely than ever.
The scene in the picture at once shifted
to Australia, where, in a pleasant room in Sydney, Uncle Henry was seated in an easy chair, solemnly smoking his briar pipe.