We circled for some time without doing much damage on either side; the long, straight, needle-like swords flashing in the sunlight, and ringing out upon the stillness as they crashed together
with each effective parry.
Anne promptly let go of her candle and plate in her surprise, and plate, candle, and apples crashed together
down the cellar ladder and were found at the bottom embedded in melted grease, the next day, by Marilla, who gathered them up and thanked mercy the house hadn't been set on fire.
Though we were in shelter, we could hear the rising wind, for it moaned and whistled through the rocks, and the branches of the trees crashed together
as we swept along.
"They crashed together
, we all sat there like 'oh what happened there'.
Scientists have for a third time detected ripples in space from black holes that crashed together
billions of light years from Earth, a discovery that confirms a new technique for observing cataclysmic events in the universe, research published on Thursday shows.
We crashed together
in a scene of utter carnage next to the school pond, slap band in the middle of the marshland.
Media reports show two cars crashed together
and say that one train ran into another that had stopped at the station.
They were returning the girls to their lodgings after they had been ice-skating when the two boats crashed together
They were returning the girls to their lodgings when the two boats crashed together
(6) 94 One of two instruments crashed together
(6) 95 Showjumping animal (5) 97 Make a difference to (6) 99 Loose Japanese robe (6) 100 Cheerful, like a bird (6) 102 Lacked, wanted (6) 103 Football stadium in Glasgow (5) 105 Board--game with counters (4) 108 Ceramic bathroom square (4) Do our Big Crossword and you could win PS200.
The theory states that at the beginning of existence there was no matter just space and time but when two protons crashed together
they made matter including earth, water, fire, animals and people.
A car in front and the back crashed together
and one person died on the spot.
Top sprinters like Britain's Mark Cavendish, who won six Tour stages last year, and Oscar Freire of Spain, crashed together
while negotiating a sharp turn in the last few kilometers.
This is one of the best places in Britain to see the effects of the crushing and folding that took place around 450 million years ago when the northern and southern halves of Britain crashed together
and pushed up these mountains.
As the lines crashed together
, the Romans, who had deployed extra infantry in the center of the formation in hopes of breaking through the Carthaginian lines, found themselves outflanked by elite North African cavalry units.