References in classic literature ?
I swabbed at her throat when I could, and found no mark; then helped him to control her a little.
demanded General Guph, trying hard to swallow but finding his throat so dry he couldn't.
The fingers at his throat relaxed, a puzzled, far-away expression softened the gray eyes.
Schneider was trying to reach his foe's throat with his fingers while, horror of horrors, Bertha Kircher could see that the other was searching for the German's jugular with his teeth!
Jane Clayton seized her husband's hands and tried to drag them from the throat of the dying man; but Tarzan only shook his head.
But before ever he could pull the trigger an avalanche of muscle was upon him, and he went down to the rotting vegetation of the jungle with five sinewy fingers at his throat.
But Cocky, a bit of feathery down, a morsel-flash of light and life with the throat of a god, violated with sheer impudence and daring Michael's taboo, the defence of the meat.
Being but partly grown his jaws had not yet become large enough nor strong enough to make his throat-attack deadly; but many a young dog went around camp with a lacerated throat in token of White Fang's intention.
One arm was thrust upward, the other outward; but the latter was bent acutely, and the hand was near the throat.
The instant that he dodged beneath Sheeta's blow, he leaped to the beast's rear and then full upon the tawny back, burying his teeth in Sheeta's neck and the fingers of one hand in the fur at the throat, and with the other hand he drove his blade into Sheeta's side.
When they reached the throat of the monster, they stopped for a while to wait for the right moment in which to make their escape.
In quick rage he sprang at the man, who met him halfway, grappled him close by the throat, and with a deft twist threw him over on his back.
Whether it was merely the expelled breath, or his consciousness of his growing impotence, I know not, but his throat vibrated with a deep groan.
WHO is the shepherd into whose throat the serpent thus crawled?
All here,' said Double, tying up his throat with sleepy carefulness in a shawl.