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I don't think it's such a very wonderful thing to walk a little, low, board fence," she said.
He reeled toward her front picket fence, drawing a revolver.
In some strange way, she knew not how, his head had become wedged at the neck between the tops of the pickets of her fence.
Leo slipped through the fence and ran off into the pasture.
The fences are fastened to heavy oaken posts only three feet apart, and these posts are sunk five feet in the ground.
We weren't talking of real fences," said Lucy, laughing.
When she had gone several miles she thought she would stop to rest, and so climbed to the top of the fence beside the road and sat down.
But I mean to stick to Wildfire: I shan't get a better at a fence in a hurry.
They soon discovered that the path they had been following now made a bend and passed around the enclosure, but what made Ojo stop and look thoughtful was a sign painted on the fence which read:
You see, Aunt Polly's awful particular about this fence -- right here on the street, you know -- but if it was the back fence I wouldn't mind and SHE wouldn't.
For this fell purpose he had backed the astounded De Vac twice around the hall when, with a clever feint, and backward step, the master of fence drew the King into the position he wanted him, and with the suddenness of lightning, a little twist of his foil sent Henry's weapon clanging across the floor of the armory.
In silence the two stood in the darkness with the fence between them.
So while we slept Umslopogaas crept like a snake from the fence of thorns, and, taking an assegai in his hand, he slipped away to the foot of the cliff where the lions had their den.
Particular pieces of fence or secure positions behind collections of trees were wrangled over, as gold thrones or pearl bedsteads.
Corchuelo sat down wearied, and Sancho approaching him said, "By my faith, senor bachelor, if your worship takes my advice, you will never challenge anyone to fence again, only to wrestle and throw the bar, for you have the youth and strength for that; but as for these fencers as they call them, I have heard say they can put the point of a sword through the eye of a needle.