In another five years you ought to be able to fight
And I also am to fight
with this gentleman," said Aramis, coming in his turn onto the place.
Of course it might happen that the hull kit-and-boodle might start and run, if some big fighting came first-off, and then again they might stay and fight
She found her in her own room, working at a great web of purple linen, on which she was embroidering the battles between Trojans and Achaeans, that Mars had made them fight
for her sake.
When Bert's sense of security was sufficiently restored for him to watch the battle again, he perceived that a brisk little fight
was in progress between the Asiatic aeronauts and the German engineers for the possession of Niagara city.
It was the first time that these Mana-Atorians had seen Gahan of Gathol fight
, but Tara of Helium knew that he was master of his sword.
By eight o'clock he was at his desk, buckled down to the fight
, by ten o'clock on his personal round of the banks, and after that, without a moment's cessation, till nightfall, he was handling the knotty tangles of industry, finance, and human nature that crowded upon him.
And, of course, Cheese- Face had picked on him again, and there was another fight
that was indeterminate, because at quarter to four the door of the press- room was thrown open and the gang of boys crowded in to fold their papers.
Since White Fang continued to fight
, it is obvious that it was the other dogs that died.
His roaring curses of the first part of the fight
had changed to a blasphemous chatter.
You may not fight
yourself," said the others, "but you encourage and guide your men to the fight
Once, when it looked as if Nelson were getting the worst of it, French Frank and John Barleycorn sprang unfairly into the fight
Though Cormac's hundred bards were there to give the fight
to song, feeble was the voice of a hundred bards to send the deaths to future times.
For is it not known to all of us that for twenty-four hours the bull is given no water, and that immediately before the fight
he is permitted to drink his fill?
There is a certain sort of fellow--we who are used to studying boys all know him well enough--of whom you can predicate with almost positive certainty, after he has been a month at school, that he is sure to have a fight
, and with almost equal certainty that he will have but one.