Gervais laughed softly with a hissing chuckle, and Speranski in a high-pitched staccato
Instantly the soundless waste was torn with the quick staccato
of guns upon every hand.
A little staccato
cry of pain; a cry which seemed to spring into life from a tortured heart, broke from her lips.
Electric lights, a shed-covered wharf, mountains of luggage and freight, the noisy toil of 'longshoremen and sailors, the staccato
snorts of donkey engines and the whining sheaves as running lines ran through the blocks, a crowd of white-coated stewards carrying hand-baggage, the quartermaster at the gangway foot, the gangway sloping steeply up to the Umatilla's promenade deck, more quartermasters and gold-laced ship's officers at the head of the gangway, and more crowd and confusion blocking the narrow deck-- thus Michael knew, beyond all peradventure, that he had come back to the sea and its ships, where he had first met Steward, where he had been always with Steward, save for the recent nightmare period in the great city.
A series of staccato
taps on the west window brought Anne flying in from the yard, eyes shining, cheeks faintly flushed with pink, unbraided hair streaming behind her in a torrent of brightness.
An interlude ensued, during which the millionaire stared at the priest, and the priest at his breviary; then the pantaloon returned and said, with staccato
gravity, "The policeman is still lying on the stage.
Through the closed doors came the sounds of the discreet staccato
accompaniment of the orchestra, and a single female voice rendering distinctly a musical phrase.
As if too hot for her lips, she filled her saucer with the greasy-looking, nondescript fluid, and continued her set glare, her breast rising and falling with staccato
, mechanical movement.
The device independent, plug-and-play expander requires no software to operate, does not occupy an SCSI ID and features active LVD and single-ended SCSI termination
A: At one time, SCSI termination
was resistor packs, but that was about ten years ago.