Moreover, her husband walking with a quick rhythmic
stride, jerking his free hand occasionally, was either a Viking or a stricken Nelson; the sea-gulls had changed his note.
I suppose it is the fashion to sing comic songs in a rhythmic
way, leaving you to fancy the tune--very much as if it were tapped on a drum?
Soon he heard the rhythmic
clack of the oars on the thole-pins, and the joy in his own yelp was duplicated by the joy in Skipper's voice, which kept up a running encouragement, broken by objurgations to the rowers.
The end of the alley was blocked by a one-story brick building, out of which issued the rhythmic
thunder of the presses, running off the first edition of the ENQUIRER.
At the far end of the gorge the Rewa leaped eight hundred feet in a single span, while the atmosphere of the rock fortress pulsed to the rhythmic
thunder of the fall.
But for the somewhat methodical disposition of his limbs and a slight rhythmic
movement of the cartridge-box at the back of his belt, he might have been thought to be dead.
If consciousness is the product of rhythm all things ARE conscious, for all have motion, and all motion is rhythmic
Yet did it quiver under the finger-tip caress in rhythmic
vibrations that became whisperings and rustlings and mutterings of sound--but of sound so different; so elusively thin that it was shimmeringly sibilant; so mellow that it was maddening sweet, piping like an elfin horn, which last was just what Bassett decided would be like a peal from some bell of the gods reaching earthward from across space.
Round and round the firelit room they circled with a rhythmic
grace that was wonderful.
At first sight he seemed motionless, but as Father Brown watched him he saw that the man swayed ever so slightly with a rhythmic
movement, just as the dark tree-tops swayed ever so slightly in the wind that was creeping up the dim garden paths and shuffling the fallen leaves a little.
There is an instinct for rhythmic
relations which embraces wide areas of forms (length, the need of a wide-embracing rhythm, is almost the measure of the force of an inspiration, a sort of counterpart to its pressure and tension).
She swept them back and forth with rhythmic
forefinger and lifted a voice, thin and mellow, in a fashion of melody that was strange, and in a foreign tongue, warm-voweled, all-voweled, and love-exciting.
She read so eagerly and constantly in her three books, the Bible, Thomas a Kempis, and the "Christian Year" (no longer rejected as a "hymn-book"), that they filled her mind with a continual stream of rhythmic
memories; and she was too ardently learning to see all nature and life in the light of her new faith, to need any other material for her mind to work on, as she sat with her well-plied needle, making shirts and other complicated stitchings, falsely called "plain,"--by no means plain to Maggie, since wristband and sleeve and the like had a capability of being sewed in wrong side outward in moments of mental wandering.
CITY of Birmingham and Great Britain Rhythmic
gymnast Zara Turton produced an outstanding title-winning performance at the World Down Syndrome Rhythmic
Gymnastics Championships in Italy.
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