why did you not pull
the church to pieces, and bring the chandelier home with you?' And now the old cook herself got on her legs, and went with the three servants in pursuit of the children.
This was the first time of wearing a check-rein, and I must say, though it certainly was a nuisance not to be able to get my head down now and then, it did not pull
my head higher than I was accustomed to carry it.
All this I saw, and my brain now working rapidly, I thought a thousand thoughts; and yet I could not pull
They found the ladder so heavy they could not pull
it up, so the Scarecrow fell off the wall and the others jumped down upon him so that the hard floor would not hurt their feet.
No matter how he pulled and tugged, he could not pull
Then he related how the boy had started out in search of the things needed to make the magic charm, which would restore the unfortunates to life, and how he had found the Woozy and taken him along because he could not pull
the three hairs out of its tail.
The other thing was that if they did not pull
it down for a few minutes it would have completed its circle and returned close to where I stood.
And though the other boats, unharmed, still hovered hard by; still they dared not pull
into the eddy to strike, lest that should be the signal for the instant destruction of the jeopardized castaways, Ahab and all; nor in that case could they themselves hope to escape.
lads," cried Aylward, jumping upon the fallen trunk, "I think that we could not look the girls in the eyes if we let the prince cross the mountains and did not pull
string to clear a path for him.
"If it please any man spiritual or temporal," he says, to buy a certain book, "let him come to Westminster in to the Almonry at the Red Pale and he shall have them good cheap." The advertisement ended with some Latin words which we might translate, "Please do not pull
down the advertisement."
'If she gives you her heart,' said I, 'you must take it, thankfully, and use it well, and not pull
it in pieces, and laugh in her face, because she cannot snatch it away.'
All hands jumped out into the water, and tried to get the boat off; but as no one dared to give the word, they could not pull
together, and their labor was in vain.
After we had fished some time and caught nothing - for when I had fish on my hook I would not pull
them up, that he might not see them - I said to the Moor, "This will not do; our master will not be thus served; we must stand farther off." He, thinking no harm, agreed, and being in the head of the boat, set the sails; and, as I had the helm, I ran the boat out near a league farther, and then brought her to, as if I would fish; when, giving the boy the helm, I stepped forward to where the Moor was, and making as if I stooped for something behind him, I took him by surprise with my arm under his waist, and tossed him clear overboard into the sea.
Less than ten blacks had been known to rush a blackbirder officered by no more than two white men, and Van Horn's hand closed on the butt of his automatic, although he did not pull
it clear of the holster, and although, with his left hand, he directed the cigar to his mouth and puffed it lively alight.
Seeing this she did not pull
the door back, but she did not let go the handle so that he almost dragged her out with it on to the stairs.