He stretched himself out under the bench, did not move a limb, and behaved as if he were stone dead
Presently she came upon them, lying in a little open space full under the brilliant light of the moon--little Tarzan's torn and bloody form, and beside it a great bull gorilla, stone dead
Stooping to examine him, and finding him stone dead
, the purveyor supposed that the man had died from the blow he had received; but of course this was a mistake, as you will see from my account, and I only am the murderer; and although I am innocent of any wish to commit a crime, I must suffer for it all the same, or else have the blood of two Musselmans on my conscience.
When consciousness returned, and, as I soon learned, I was down but a moment, I sprang quickly to my feet searching for my sword, and there I found it, buried to the hilt in the green breast of Zad, who lay stone dead
upon the ochre moss of the ancient sea bottom.
The hog, hit by the electric ball, fell stone dead
The limit of this evil time had arrived only when, on the dawn of a winter's morning, Peter Quint was found, by a laborer going to early work, stone dead
on the road from the village: a catastrophe explained-- superficially at least--by a visible wound to his head; such a wound as might have been produced--and as, on the final evidence, HAD been-- by a fatal slip, in the dark and after leaving the public house, on the steepish icy slope, a wrong path altogether, at the bottom of which he lay.
There was no more cat concert, and in the morning there lay the two offenders, stone dead
He thought his love slept sweetly: he finds she is stone dead
Here was a riderless horse plunging by, and yonder lay Sir Sagramor, stone dead
I HAVE heerd say, mim, that the illnesses of some ladies was all pretensions, and that they could faint away, stone dead
, whenever they had the inclinations so to do.
They drew a line under that first furious flourish of punk rock, keeping it relevant by killing it stone dead
, and rewrote the rules of how angry music should be made.
No surprise that the hot topic to emerge from Celtic's League Cup win over Motherwell was the decision to send off Cedric Kipre and award a penalty that killed the Final stone dead
I thought there was a lot of energy and emotion used in the game at the weekend and the penalty has killed us stone dead
I hit four-wood off the 17th tee, hit the left rough, a great lob wedge out of it and a beautiful pitching wedge straight down the pin which I thought was stone dead
Worse was to follow with two goals in two minutes appearing to kill Forfar's championship hopes stone dead