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We can do nothing for him," said the Tin Woodman, sadly; "for he is much too heavy to lift.
One would say that it were conscious of the vicinity of the heavy Romanesque pillars.
The Arabs rushed across the room; the Waziri met them with their heavy spears.
Heavy spears were hurled and mighty war-clubs wielded, and though apes went down never to rise, so, too, went down the men of Ugambi.
The slit ear lobes supported heavy rings whose weight had stretched the skin until the long loop rested upon the brown shoulders.
He had heard no sound except the heavy breathing of his antagonists, and the noise of the battle.
Pulling a heavy sack of gold-dust from his coat pocket, he dropped it on the HIGH CARD.
He stripped himself of his upper clothing, and set to work, with the heavy weights in each hand, waving them up and down, and backward and forward, in every attainable variety o f movement, till his magnificent muscles seemed on the point of starting through his sleek skin.
At this moment Athelney Jones thrust his broad face and heavy shoulders into the tiny cabin.
Low growls vibrated his heavy jowls and his great rage transmitted to his sinuous tail a sharp, whiplike motion; but realizing from past experience the futility of long distance argument with the ape-man, he turned presently and struck off into the tangled vegetation which hid him from the view of his tormentor.
It was no light running now, nor record time, but heavy toil each day, with a heavy load behind; for this was the mail train, carrying word from the world to the men who sought gold under the shadow of the Pole.
Her son-in-law's heavy good nature inspired her with a sense of absolute safety.
The flutter of her manner, in the unwonted noise of the streets; the spare shawl, carried unfolded on her arm; the heavy umbrella, and little basket; the loose long-fingered gloves, to which her hands were unused; all bespoke an old woman from the country, in her plain holiday clothes, come into Coketown on an expedition of rare occurrence.
When his assumed name had been repeated several times, Noah rubbed his eyes, and, giving a heavy yawn, looked sleepily about him.
His legs felt suddenly heavy and a great drowsiness came upon him.