This goes on till we reaches the concluding stages, and then Uncle Dick comes up to
Suppose you want to lie by a day or two, till the gal 's been carried on the underground line up to Sandusky or so, before you start.
With all these evolutions, he contrived to keep the horses up to the top of their speed, until, between ten and eleven, their heels resounded on the gravel at the end of the balcony.
Mas'r Haley, and me, and Andy, we comes up to de little tavern by the river, and I rides a leetle ahead,--(I's so zealous to be a cotchin' Lizy, that I couldn't hold in, no way),--and when I comes by the tavern winder, sure enough there she was, right in plain sight, and dey diggin' on behind.
Thar's allers instruments ris up to do de Lord's will.
A man named Abelwhite, who had come out there as an indigo- planter, wanted an overseer to look after his coolies and keep them up to their work.
I let them scramble down the sloping bank, splash through the mire, and climb half-way up to the gate, before I challenged them.
This ball was held in a big dance hall, and was one of the occasions when the city's powers of debauchery gave themselves up to
He used to beat her at the end: and although she paid him back, of which I have authentic documentary evidence, to this day she speaks of him with tears and she throws him up to me; and I am glad, I am glad that, though only in imagination, she should think of herself as having once been happy.
She walked straight up to Katerina Ivanovna and she laid thirty roubles on the table before her in silence.
At first he was for making up to Sonia himself and then all of a sudden he stood on his dignity: 'how,' said he, 'can a highly educated man like me live in the same rooms with a girl like that?
They went in from the yard and up to the fourth storey.