We know that Fleury's gas can lift
anything, as the world-famous trials of '89 showed, but its almost indefinite powers of expansion necessitate vast tank room.
I have brought my stout staff with me, thinking that I might have to rap some one of the brethren of thy cloth over the head by way of argument in this matter, but I love thee so much for the feast thou hast given me that I would not lift
even my little finger against thee, so thou needst not have a crumb of fear.
Once more Carthoris and Kar Komak had recourse to their blades, and before they had won their way to one of the lifts
the noise of the conflict must have aroused the entire palace, for they heard men shouting, and as they passed the many levels on their quick passage to the landing-stage they saw armed men running hither and thither in search of the cause of the commotion.
I'm going to do two things: first, weigh my sack; and second, bet it that after you-all have lifted
clean from the floor all the sacks of flour you-all are able, I'll put on two more sacks and lift
the whole caboodle clean.
You know he and she went up and down in those lifts
without official help; you know also how smoothly and silently the lifts
He laid down the carving-knife and fork - being engaged in carving, at the moment - put his two hands into his disturbed hair, and appeared to make an extraordinary effort to lift
himself up by it.
Sing to your fledglings again, Mother, oh lift
up your head
And she went on to tell him that the only way in which the old creature could be killed was with the sword that hung up in the castle; but the sword was so heavy that no one could lift
But when I dream of thee apart, I would the dawn might lift
my heart, O sun, to thee.
You percave the little spalpeen is summat down in the mouth, and wears his lift
hand in a sling, and it's for that same thing, by yur lave, that I'm going to give you the good rason.
He had a vague idea that with such a force as the great kite straining at its leash, this might be used to lift
to the altitude of the kite itself heavier articles.
How know we that if we lift
our spears it may not be for a thief and a liar?
And he saw that he had crawled under the cart and was trying to lift
it by arching his back.
Once, in his passion, unable to hit him, Ponta made as though to lift
him up and hurl him to the floor.
Magnified by its lift
against the sky and by the soldier's testifying sense of the formidableness of a near enemy, the group appeared of heroic, almost colossal, size.