My beast had an advantage in his first hold, having sunk his mighty fangs far into the breast of his adversary; but the great arms and paws of the ape, backed by muscles far transcending those of the Martian men I had seen, had locked the throat of my guardian and slowly were choking out his life, and bending back
his head and neck upon his body, where I momentarily expected the former to fall limp at the end of a broken neck.
And it is like bending back
a stiff spring: it is by compulsion that I do the slightest act not prompted by one thought; and by compulsion that I notice anything alive or dead, which is not associated with one universal idea.
And don't forget to put the thimble in place on the loop formed by bending back
Such bending back
and forth means that spore-coated sheets can act as actuators that drive movement, which can be used for electricity.
Raider got into farm building under construction and then into barn by bending back
and damaging corrugated iron surround, and stole power tools and 5x10 foot Ifor Williams trailer with a cut-down tailgate.
Police believe the thefts are linked as they are all similar in style, with the thieves bending back
the doors of vehicles to break inside and steal items left on show.
the rinds, dislodge some seeds from the membranes.
Pictures published by the student ISNA agency showed the students crowded round the main gate and bending back
its iron railings to allow others through.
Smashing a window or bending back
a door are the most common ways of getting their hands on the goods.
Made by Puma, the gloves are designed to stop a keeper's fingers bending back
F) Do not allow the feet to roll when bending back
On the same day, David Cleary, a Briton living in Oslo, was sentenced to 28 days by magistrates in Harlow, Essex, after bending back
the fingers of an air stewardess who tried to take his beer away.
Make sure the entire length of the shingle is loose before bending back
By twisting, coiling, and bending back
on themselves, these colonies of bacteria create fibrous webs, eventually weaving themselves into what Mendelson calls "macrofibers" -- strands that look like Lilliputian ropes.
Thief got into vehicle by bending back