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Men danced about outside, thrusting in with iron bars and trying to separate them.
With a second fling he was against the cage bars, with a single slash of paw ripping down the forearm of the man who had poked him.
Cruncher was as well known to Fleet-street and the Temple, as the Bar itself,--and was almost as in-looking.
Rollin asserts, that the common mule from the ass and horse is particularly apt to have bars on its legs.
So that night, when the moon was shining through the palm-trees and all the King's men were asleep, the parrot slipped out through the bars of the prison and flew across to the palace.
There was an angry altercation, and the owner of the bar stepped forward and ordered Tough Bill to go.
These bars, as in the other windows, have remained intact, and the blinds, which naturally open inwards, have not been unfastened.
It soon seemed that the encounter was done saving only the final death thrust when Bar Comas slipped in breaking away from a clinch.
They swaggered unsteadily but belligerently toward the bar and looked at Pete with bleared and blinking eyes.
He counteracted the tendency to drowsiness and stupor which cold produces by keeping himself in constant exercise; and seeing that the vessel was advancing, and that everything depended upon himself, he set to work to scull the boat clear of the bar, and into quiet water.
Several members of the bar are still to be heard, I believe?
Another huge man detached himself from the bar to shake hands.
I have often thought since of how they must have regarded me, the newcomer being welcomed into their company standing at bar with them, and not standing for a single round of drinks.
The bar of the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters was a bar to soften the human breast.
He raised his eyes to the bench, thence to the jury-boxes, the bar, and the crowd without, meeting everywhere looks fastened on himself.