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But the six whips were attacking her in all directions, and the shaft was raised again and fell upon her a third time, then a fourth, with heavy measured blows.
and he picked up the whip, preparing himself with relish to flog the little mare.
Laws, Missis, if you's to whip all day, couldn't say no other way," said Topsy, beginning to blubber.
But the three soldiers took the little whip, whipped as much money as they wanted, and lived happily to their lives end.
In short, Sancho, either you must be whipped by yourself, or they must whip you, or you shan't be governor.
I'd set-to this minute, and never stir from the spot till I'd cut every strip of flesh from your bones with this whip.
He remembered the cruel bull whip that always followed each new experiment on his part that did not coincide with the desires of his master, and as he thought of von Horn a nasty gleam shot his mismated eyes.
He was too occupied in shaking out the snow and searching for the whip he had dropped when rolling down the incline.
The house-boy extended the whip to him, but Billy did not take it.
Many of them he could whip in single fight; but single fight was denied him.
I grasped my whip with more determined energy than before - but still forbore to raise it, and rode on in silence, waiting for some more tangible cause of offence, before I opened the floodgates of my soul and poured out the dammed-up fury that was foaming and swelling within.
It was drawn by one hundred pairs of white mice, and the Poodle sat on the coachman's seat and snapped his whip gayly in the air, as if he were a real coachman in a hurry to get to his destination.
Be you President or vagabond, to cabby you are only a Fare, he takes you up, cracks his whip, joggles your vertebrae and sets you down.
Certainly," said Hal, with freezing politeness, taking hold of the gee-pole with one hand and swinging his whip from the other.
Pickwick's left hand; and the upper hostler thrust a whip into his right.