One lodged between his collar and neck
; it was uncomfortably warm and he snatched it out.
At the last, wearied, even with sensations of sickness from the nervous strain put upon himself by his own anger, he lay down in the middle of the floor, lashing his tail, hating with his eyes, and accepting the clinging thing about his neck
which he had learned he could not get rid of.
However, towards morning she takes a draught out of the large flask, and then she sleeps a little: then I will do something for you." She now jumped out of bed, flew to her mother; with her arms round her neck
, and pulling her by the beard, said, "Good morrow, my own sweet nanny-goat of a mother." And her mother took hold of her nose, and pinched it till it was red and blue; but this was all done out of pure love.
Slowly, I scratched about his ears and neck
and down beneath the fierce jaws.
When Grey Beaver tied the thong around his neck
, and passed the end of the thong into Beauty Smith's keeping, White Fang knew that it was his god's will for him to go with Beauty Smith.
This time Daylight kept his seat, but, beyond a futile rein across the neck
, did nothing to prevent the evolution.
The black, his face streaming blood, was throttling Jerry with both hands around his neck
; and Jerry, snorting, choking, snarling, was scratching for dear life with the claws of his hind feet.
They saw the new-comer place a foot upon the neck
of the quiet figure at his feet and, throwing back his head, give vent to the wild, uncanny challenge of the bull-ape that has made a kill.
Natasha involuntarily gazed at that neck
, those shoulders, and pearls and coiffure, and admired the beauty of the shoulders and the pearls.
He was just putting little hand on the dog's neck
and beginning to smile through his tears, when I heard behind me a click of the iron gate, and a rustle of female garments, and lo!
The black velvet of her locket nestled with special softness round her neck
. That velvet was delicious; at home, looking at her neck
in the looking glass, Kitty had felt that that velvet was speaking.
Cursed be the goods which have led me to my ruin." And already he felt the rope round his neck
As the buck swam by the fishermen, raising his nose high into the air, curling the water before his slim neck
like the beak of a galley, the Leather-Stocking began to sit very uneasy in his canoe.
"I like to toss my head about and hold it as high as any horse; but fancy now yourself, if you tossed your head up high and were obliged to hold it there, and that for hours together, not able to move it at all, except with a jerk still higher, your neck
aching till you did not know how to bear it.
She had come to know well the lure of the man--the wealth of easement and rest that was promised by every caressing intonation of his voice, by the mere touch of hand on hand or the faint impact of his breath on neck