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For an instant the power of Porthos seemed about to fail him, but this new Hercules united all his force, and the two walls of the prison in which he was buried fell back slowly and gave him place.
The bloody hand fell to the ground, and the shades of death, with fate that no man can withstand, came over his eyes.
It went crashing in among his white teeth; the bronze point cut through the root of his tongue, coming out under his chin, and his glistening armour rang rattling round him as he fell heavily to the ground.
The hero fell on his knees, and propped himself with his hand resting on the ground till the darkness of night fell upon his eyes.
She found fierce Mars waiting on the left of the battle, with his spear and his two fleet steeds resting on a cloud; whereon she fell on her knees before her brother and implored him to let her have his horses.
It drove through his belt into the lower part of his belly, and his armour rang rattling round him as he fell heavily to the ground.
As two lions whom their dam has reared in the depths of some mountain forest to plunder homesteads and carry off sheep and cattle till they get killed by the hand of man, so were these two vanquished by Aeneas, and fell like high pine-trees to the ground.
He hit him with a stone upon the elbow, and the reins, enriched with white ivory, fell from his hands into the dust.
Ajax struck him in the belt; the spear pierced the lower part of his belly, and he fell heavily to the ground.
They threw at the same moment, and Sarpedon struck his foe in the middle of his throat; the spear went right through, and the darkness of death fell upon his eyes.
The bird rose up in the air in its agony and vanished into the clouds, and the youth fell on to the broad branches of the apple-tree.
THE Fell Pony Society's September gathering was marked by a special President's Day held at Mrs Ailee Newall's Todridge Dene Fell Pony Stud and Shetland Stud near Great Whittington.
After a spell in the WRENS during the Second World War I helped my sister-in-law with her Fell pony and took it to the Royal Show in 1948.
I started off running with Blaydon Harriers before moving to Morpeth and in that time I raced over the country which is similar but at the same time very different to fell racing.
It outlines the distinctive geographical area where Rough Fell sheep are bred and it gives information about the breed, the community and the lifestyle of Rough Fell farming.