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Joe made an effort to get away, but Ponta got one hand free and Joe rushed back into a second clinch, to escape the blow.
Rivera rested on one knee, making the most of the count, and in the soul of him he knew the referee was counting short seconds on him.
And friend Murchison, with his chronometer in hand, his eye fixed on the needle, his finger on the electric apparatus, is counting the seconds preparatory to launching us into interplanetary space.
The seconds retired, the gentleman on the camp-stool did the same, and the belligerents approached each other.
You will only have to forget me in second or fourth Bertaudiere, and then "
The destruction of Demetrius, son to Philip the Second of Macedon, turned upon the father, who died of repentance.
If you are speaking on my behalf, I can assure you that no question can be more indifferent and impersonal to me than second marriage.
Paul's to the Crystal Palace and back by the river and Regent's Park, and by the time he reached his mother's window he had quite made up his mind that his second wish should be to become a bird.
Her discovery, however, was made too late, as Boxtel had heard from the mouth of the prisoner himself that a second bulb existed.
My only possible way to the second floor lay by the back of the house.
And you," he said to the Second Poet, "in Imagination - take the Bone.
It is true, they realized that the Peasant Revolt was unplanned, and that the First Revolt was premature; but they little realized that the Second Revolt, planned and mature, was doomed to equal futility and more terrible punishment.
The second is passive, defensive,--to it belongs the "struggle for existence.
Our second plan is first to collect together all the aspects which he presents successively to a given spectator, and then to do the same thing for the other spectators, thus forming a set of series instead of a series of sets.
Jukes, exasperated by this unprovoked attack, broke the needle at the second stitch, and dropping his work got up and cursed the heat in a violent undertone.