I believe, myself, that they've seen such a knife, for Angelo pictured it out with his pencil too swiftly
and handily for him to have been inventing it, and of course I can't swear that they've never had it; but this I'll go bail for--if they had it when they came to this town, they've got it yet.
So I went, leaving the women wondering, for it is not our custom to save both when twins are born; but I ran swiftly
to the gates of the Emposeni.
As soon as the dawn appeared the bird rose into the air carrying me up and up till I could no longer see the earth, and then suddenly it descended so swiftly
that I almost lost consciousness.
And he stooped swiftly
, and cut Little John's bonds, and thrust into his hands Sir Guy's bow and arrows, which he had been careful to take.
The steps drew swiftly
nearer, and swelled out suddenly louder as they turned the end of the street.
It filled me with indescribable terror to think how swiftly
that desolating change had come.
The youth, turning swiftly
to make sure that the rear was unmolested, saw the com- mander regarding his men in a highly regretful manner, as if he regretted above everything his association with them.
And they come swiftly
from the other side of the earth, over wires and cables, for your electric telegraph is a great alleviator of anxiety.
But while he was seeking with thimbles and care, A Bandersnatch swiftly
drew nigh And grabbed at the Banker, who shrieked in despair, For he knew it was useless to fly.
Lady Arabella was moving swiftly
and stealthily, looking back and around her at intervals, as if she feared to be followed.
With this, the Victoria rose swiftly
above the range of the whirling column, but, caught in the vast displacement of the atmosphere thereby occasioned, it was borne along with incalculable rapidity away above this foaming sea.
, the officer I had aimed at began to run towards his men in evident alarm.
The Frenchman was about to say something, when just above their heads, terrible and low, a cannon ball whistled, and it seemed to Pierre that the French officer's head had been torn off, so swiftly
had he ducked it.
Scarce had he realized the truth than he had started to retrace his steps toward Lothar, but now he moved at a trot, the Earthly thews that he had inherited from his father carrying him swiftly
over the soft carpet of fallen leaves and rank grass.
They all wore short wooden wings which were fastened to their wooden bodies by means of wooden hinges with wooden screws, and with these wings they flew swiftly
and noiselessly here and there, their legs being of little use to them.