PETER never stopped running
or looked behind him till he got home to the big fir-tree.
But they had scarcely touched the sexton when they were held fast, and now there were seven of them running
behind Dummling and the goose.
One moonlight night, running
through the quiet forest, One Eye suddenly halted.
In front he saw our artillerymen, some of whom were fighting, while others, having abandoned their guns, were running
The follow touched his hat with a grin, expecting something for his pains; but, the old gentleman, eyeing him with an expression of dislike, look anxiously round, as if he contemplated running
away himself: which it is very possible he might have attempted to do, and thus have afforded another chase, had not a police officer (who is generally the last person to arrive in such cases) at that moment made his way through the crowd, and seized Oliver by the collar.
But Michael was long in giving over his search for Steward, and, running
the mountain trails or scrambling and sliding down into the deep canyons, was ever expectant and ready for Steward to step forth before him, or to pick up the unmistakable scent that would lead him to him.
Looking towards the sand-hills, I saw the men-servants from out-of-doors, and the fisherman, named Yolland, all running
down to us together; and all, having taken the alarm, calling out to know if the girl had been found.
This is the third morning that you will have spent in running
about for my sake.
He was motionless for a moment, and then with a noiseless tread began running
through the green confusion.
down stairs, I quickly stated my suspicions to the first person i met --the chambermaid.
They would stand under the trees and move their arms and legs and heads about in a way which was neither walking nor running
nor sitting down.
Exploring, I found another short gallery running
transversely to the first.
These beautiful and verdant recesses, running
through and softening the rugged mountains, were cheering and refreshing to the wayworn travellers.