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Next he dragged a dying woman over on top of me, and, with much squeezing and shoving, crawled in beside me and partly over me.
We were squidding that day, out on the reef--you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.
As the boat was shoving off, a second chief stepped into her, who only wanted the amusement of the passage up and down the creek.
Nice boy, Tommy," said East, shoving his hands in his pockets, and strolling to the fire.
I had time to notice that the pockets of the dead man had been emptied on the deck, and that his body and his grin had been wrapped from view in canvas, the folds of which the sailor, Johansen, was sewing together with coarse white twine, shoving the needle through with a leather contrivance fitted on the palm of his hand.
The colonel, thinking it all over, made up his mind not to pursue the matter further, but then for his own satisfaction proceeded to cross-examine Vronsky about his interview; and it was a long while before he could restrain his laughter, as Vronsky described how the government clerk, after subsiding for a while, would suddenly flare up again, as he recalled the details, and how Vronsky, at the last half word of conciliation, skillfully maneuvered a retreat, shoving Petritsky out before him.
It was you who kept on shoving him in my way when I was half distracted with the worry of keeping the lot of us out of trouble.
Two of the inferior limbs should be on the principle of the lever; wheels, perhaps, as they are now formed; though I have not yet determined whether the improvement might be better applied to the anterior or posterior members, inasmuch as I am yet to learn whether dragging or shoving requires the greatest muscular exertion.
I say,' rejoined Bolter, 'don't yer go shoving me into danger, or sending me any more o' yer police-offices.
Kiss it and make it well," she said, with perfect gravity, shoving the injured part up to him.
I guess you're the same in all places, shoving your advice in when nobody asks for it.
The Sunday Mirror revealed last week how the pair were involved in a shoving match outside Lord Sugar's office.
So when will we get legislation to stop people shoving plastic bags through our doors for every charity under the sun?
A CARE home worker was filmed twice shoving a man of 87 and calling the residents "f***ing vegetables'.
But he was embroiled in a row with the Highlanders who accused him of shoving Brian McLean for the goal that rescued a point in injury time.