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As she spoke she tossed her head back, the Pail fell off it, and all the milk was spilt.
It seems impossible but that those gilt trucks which one had to tilt one's head back to see, now falling into the lower plane of vision, must perforce hit the very edge of the horizon.
Grandfather," said little Alice, laying her head back upon his arm, "I am very tired now.
He drew my head back and fixed the rein so tight that it was almost intolerable; then he went to Ginger, who was impatiently jerking her head up and down against the bit, as was her way now.
He continued gibbering and chuckling dementedly, to twist the bushman's head back and forth and to feed the smudge with punk-wood.
So he flew down and got that acorn, and fetched it up and dropped it in, and was just tilting his head back, with the heavenliest smile on his face, when all of a sudden he was paralyzed into a listening attitude and that smile faded gradually out of his countenance like breath off'n a razor, and the queerest look of surprise took its place.
He's only wearing a fox head for a time, until he can get his own head back.
She stopped, and bending her head back and on one side, began with her rapid hand taking out her hairpins.
I have been standing about, on this side of the way, to see that gentleman,' turning her head back towards Mr.
Aghast at the light manner of her throwing her head back to look at it critically, Twemlow still dimly perceives the expediency of throwing his own head back, and does so.
Pontellier, you are cruel," he said, with feeling, closing his eyes and resting his head back in his chair.
The Simpson baby had cuddled down sleepily in Rebecca's lap, leaning her head back and sucking her thumb contentedly.
And she leant her pretty head back against the sill, with half a yawn and half a sigh, and lapsed into an aspect of abstracted sadness: neither caring nor knowing whether we remarked her.
Jaggers, bending forward to look at the ground, and then throwing his head back to look at the ceiling, "what do you suppose you are living at the rate of?
By CHRIS WATHAN WALES tomorrow head back to the scene of one of their greatest lows - with manager Chris Coleman saying his side are tough enough keep their World Cup dreams alive.