One of them even came to the door of the doghouse and said to me, `If you promise not to bark
, we will make you a present of one of the chickens for your breakfast.
The second bark
which contains the water is so tender that they eat it.
said Don Quixote, "cross ourselves and weigh anchor; I mean, embark and cut the moorings by which the bark is held;" and the bark began to drift away slowly from the bank.
The fishermen, the owners of the boat, which the mill-wheels had knocked to pieces, now came up, and seeing it smashed they proceeded to strip Sancho and to demand payment for it from Don Quixote; but he with great calmness, just as if nothing had happened him, told the millers and fishermen that he would pay for the bark most cheerfully, on condition that they delivered up to him, free and unhurt, the person or persons that were in durance in that castle of theirs.
So D'Arnot wrote a message on the bark, in English.
He called Tarzan and indicated by signs that he would write, and when Tarzan had fetched the bark and pencil, D'Arnot wrote:
A moment later she was reading Tom's piece of bark
through flowing tears and saying: "I could forgive the boy, now, if he'd committed a million sins
When he went inside, the dogs did not bark
at him, but wagged their tails quite amicably around him, ate what he set before them, and did not hurt one hair of his head.
A small twig is then stripped of its bark
, and one end is dipped in the "medicine," as the trappers term the peculiar bait which they employ.
In a few moments, notwithstanding their wet clothes, the icy blast that blew and the previous scene of terror, these hardy adventurers, with their iron frames, inured to every hardship, threw themselves down, intending to profit by the advice of Athos, who sat at the helm, pensively wakeful, guiding the little bark
the way it was to go, his eyes fixed on the heavens, as if he sought to verify not only the road to France, but the benign aspect of protecting Providence.
Mohegan threw the fastening of the youth’s boat from the canoe, and with one stroke of his paddle sent the light bark
over the water like a meteor.
Often he had heard his father and mother, on the safety of the sand, bark
and rage their hatred of those terrible sea-dwellers, when, close to the beach, they appeared on the surface like logs awash.
A golden bark
saw I gleam on darkened waters, a sinking, drinking, reblinking, golden swing-bark
But before he had fixed his ideas, eight of D'Artagnan's men, for two had remained to take care of the bark
, brought to the house, where Parry received him, that object of an oblong form, which, for the moment inclosed the destinies of England.
In all the time they had him he was never known to bark