Go back to sleep," Tom suggests, when a terrifying shriek, long-drawn-out, is heard and he too sits bolt upright
It is four o'clock in the morning when all good Christian ladies should be dreaming pleasant, peaceful dreams but here am I sitting bolt upright
on my cot, ominous thoughts pounding madly in my brain, suffering the same emotions a hen must sense when immobile her canny eye watches the gyrations of a soaring hawk.
Introduced by Triangle Package Machinery, the new vertical bag machine makes four-corner packages that lay down for efficient conveying and casing, and stand bolt upright
But not until he began to write eventyr (tales, "adventures") did the world sit bolt upright
and take notice.
She was manhandled, bruised and jailed overnight (she sat bolt upright
all night, wearing her white gloves) before a travesty of a trial.
A palpable sense of relief swept through the audience at the press screening after this creature was eventually discovered sitting bolt upright
on her knee, regarding the camera with unblinking indifference.
The hoary-headed man with ramrod posture would mutter a couple of sentences which were then translated from German into English, bow his head for a moment, and then bolt upright
and spew a few more.
The target wreck is a World War I merchant ship sitting bolt upright
with cargo holds open in a relatively shallow 1300 feet of water.
My survival instinct forced me to sit bolt upright
, although I found out afterwards that was totally the wrong thing to do.
It was sitting in the water bolt upright
, and was obviously both scared and confused, not to mention cold.
I got no right to be a dad if I can't support my wife and kid' She sat bolt upright
By comparison, it takes less than four minutes to realise that this Underworld-style, graphic novel adaptation won't keep anyone in the audience sitting bolt upright
Others offer the dubious pleasure of sitting bolt upright
in a hard plasticky seat, with your nose practically touching the seat in front - regardless of the size of your nose - it's like a moving Job Centre waiting room circa 1982.
I was in bed one night and I had thought about doing something for Alan and I sat up bolt upright
Marcotti looked like a giant, sitting bolt upright
and gesticulating with his chunky arms while his big brown eyes glared intently at the presenter, Matt Smith.