When I began chopping
again, my axe slipped and cut off my right leg.
In the passage of the small watchhouse a Cossack with sleeves rolled up was chopping
Can't you remember as a child chopping
up hay--" she spoke much more quickly than usual, and kept her eye fixed upon Mrs.
Olson was looking up, and seeing what was poking about in the tower, ran for an ax; nor did he hesitate a moment when he returned with one, but sprang up the ladder and commenced chopping
away at that hideous face.
Of course, as every one knew, kinky-haired cannibals no longer obtained on the earth's surface, much less ran around with nothing on, chopping
off one another's heads, and, on occasion, a white man's head as well.
down young saplings, he made them cross-bars of a scaffold by lashing them high up to the trunks of standing trees.
Francine followed, held in custody by Miss Plym--who took her responsibilities seriously, and clamored for instruction in the art of chopping
I would have the whole hut down, if they would only give me the chance of chopping
The poisoning - the chopping
- the - the - " she stammered.
He had taken up with it, as a chopping
block for others in the training quarters, solely because he was starving.
While the others broke their hearts at the oars, Old Tarwater managed to keep up just sufficient circulation to survive by chopping
ice and throwing it overboard.
Then, the chopping
recommenced, and a variety of fancy chops were administered on both sides; such as chops dealt with the left hand, and under the leg, and over the right shoulder, and over the left; and when the short sailor made a vigorous cut at the tall sailor's legs, which would have shaved them clean off if it had taken effect, the tall sailor jumped over the short sailor's sword, wherefore to balance the matter, and make it all fair, the tall sailor administered the same cut, and the short sailor jumped over HIS sword.