On other evenings when he had waited he had not been able to see, through the little hole
in the glass, any part of the school teacher's room except that occupied by her bed.
He laid into his work like a nigger, and the way he hove acorns into that hole
for about two hours and a half was one of the most exciting and astonishing spectacles I ever struck.
He was dead also, yet it seemed that they had left his body in the hole
, for now no light came through.
That we shall see presently," said Maritornes, and making a running knot on the halter, she passed it over his wrist and coming down from the hole
tied the other end very firmly to the bolt of the door of the straw-loft.
communicated with a kind of loft -- the space between the floor of the king's room and the ceiling of the one below it.
They continued their march the next morning, keeping scouts ahead and upon their flanks, and arrived without further molestation at Pierre's Hole
Jacob paused from his clinking, and looked into the hole
, while David began to scratch away the earth, as if in doubtful expectation.
But soon she saw one of his ears sticking up through the hole
, for the strong pressure of the air was keeping him up so that he could not fall.
When the animals saw that, they thought all was lost, and began to flee, each into his hole
, and the birds had won the battle.
The rules of match play governed the contests, and Archibald disposed of his first three opponents before the twelfth hole
The mouth of the hole
was nearly filled up now, but the kitten gave a leap through the remaining opening and at once scampered up into the air.
One end of this he sharpened to a point, and then he dug a hole
in the back of the Saw-Horse, just behind its head.
They now followed Diksey to the farther end of the great cave, beyond the Horner city, where there were several round, dark holes
leading into the ground in a slanting direction.
Toto had been looking with great curiosity in the hole
which the boy was digging, and growing more and more excited every minute, perhaps thinking that Button-Bright was after some wild animal.
A SNAKE, having made his hole
close to the porch of a cottage, inflicted a mortal bite on the Cottager's infant son.