Then shift your pistol to the other hand
," said the Persian.
As he held out his hand
for the shoe that had been taken from him, Mr.
I was alone again with my earthly fellow-beings--left with no clew to guide me but the remembrance of the child's hand
pointing eastward to the distant sea.
At the same time that the Mary who had killed Borckman leapt the rail, Lerumie bent for the tomahawk she had dropped, and Jerry, aware of red war, slashed the hand
that reached for the tomahawk.
Then I pointed to Chaka with my withered hand
, saying, "Behold your king
Next, two men, one apparently a farm labourer, and the other a tailor, for he had a pair of shears in his hand
, presented themselves before him, and the tailor said, "Senor governor, this labourer and I come before your worship by reason of this honest man coming to my shop yesterday (for saving everybody's presence I'm a passed tailor, God be thanked), and putting a piece of cloth into my hands
and asking me, 'Senor, will there be enough in this cloth to make me a cap?
Above a square-domed forehead he saw a mop of brown hair, nut-brown, with a wave to it and hints of curls that were a delight to any woman, making hands
tingle to stroke it and fingers tingle to pass caresses through it.
Ah, there is ice around me; my hand
burneth with the iciness
Then fell Alcathous son of noble Aesyetes; he was son-in-law to Anchises, having married his eldest daughter Hippodameia, who was the darling of her father and mother, and excelled all her generation in beauty, accomplishments, and understanding, wherefore the bravest man in all Troy had taken her to wife--him did Neptune lay low by the hand
of Idomeneus, blinding his bright eyes and binding his strong limbs in fetters so that he could neither go back nor to one side, but stood stock still like pillar or lofty tree when Idomeneus struck him with a spear in the middle of his chest.
Ah got not one leetle beet hunch," he regretfully tossed his hand
into the discards.
Chilton, you don't mean--you didn't try to get somebody's hand
and heart once, like Mr.
Maud even contrived, at times when all my efforts could not budge the windlass, to hold the turn with one hand
and with the other to throw the weight of her slim body to my assistance.
A BOY put his hand
into a pitcher full of filberts.
I noticed throughout, that he kept everything under his own hand
, and distributed everything himself.
So, with the cunning of a madman, I backed into the far corner of my cell when next I heard him approaching and gathering a little slack of the great chain which held me in my hand
I waited his coming, crouching like some beast of prey.