"It is the usual block," answered the man in the mask.
"When I shall lay my head on the block and say `Remember!' then strike boldly."
Half a block down another building opened fire on us.
The automobiles on which they were mounted blocked the street, compelling the soldiers to find positions in, between, and on the sidewalks.
What's the good of knockin' the blocks
off of scabs when they keep a-comin' thick as ever?
"It is that the spot where Moses and his people passed is now so blocked up with sand that the camels can barely bathe their legs there.
This canal answered all commercial purposes to the age of Antonius, when it was abandoned and blocked up with sand.
When all were done, the major-domo of the Prince of Helium recalled to the block such as had favourably impressed him.
There was little haggling as to price, and none at all when Vas Kor was placed upon the block. His merchant-master accepted the first offer that was made for him, and thus a Dusarian noble entered the household of Carthoris.
Come in mainsheet two blocks
! Jump, damn you, jump!"
On hemmed-in ground, I would block any way of retreat.
On the day that you take up your command, block the frontier passes, destroy the official tallies, and stop the passage of all emissaries.
Losing its shadow-like appearance it became first cleft and mountainous, next coloured grey and purple, next scattered with white blocks
which gradually separated themselves, and then, as the progress of the ship acted upon the view like a field-glass of increasing power, became streets of houses.
Someone, at some time in the past, had had it blocked
for an unknown purpose of his own.
, and backed, and slid around the ring, avoiding blows and living somehow through the whirlwind onslaughts.