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The fourth time, at a look from his master he leaped through it, but as he did so his hind legs caught in the ring and he fell to the floor in a heap.
There was an interval of hesitation, whispering, and smiles; but the expression of solemn emotion on the faces of the betrothed pair did not change: on the contrary, in their perplexity over their hands they looked more grave and deeply moved than before, and the smile with which Stepan Arkadyevitch whispered to them that now they would each put on their own ring died away on his lips.
But time went on, and he heard nothing about the ring.
And he returned D'Artagnan the ring without, however, ceasing to look at it.
So he was led out to the sea, and a gold ring was thrown into it, before his eyes; then the king ordered him to fetch this ring up from the bottom of the sea, and added: 'If you come up again without it you will be thrown in again and again until you perish amid the waves.
But the crowd were gathered most of all around a ring where the wrestling was going forward, and thither Sir Richard and his men turned their steps.
She took off the glove and raised the ring to her lips, though I doubt not it was the cheapest trinket.
I am such a little boy, I'm afraid of their beating me if I ring them up out of their beds, without somebody to speak for me.
They came upon a sort of stage, which accommodated three rows of men; and she caught her first glimpse of the squared ring.
and at a third ring he screamed in a fury, "Hippikaloric
The bull is killed many times in the bull-fight, and the bull does not come into the the ring out of desire.
He therefore applied to his bell, which he rung at least twenty times without any effect: for my landlady was in such high mirth with her company, that no clapper could be heard there but her own; and the drawer and chambermaid, who were sitting together in the kitchen (for neither durst he sit up nor she lie in bed alone), the more they heard the bell ring the more they were frightened, and as it were nailed down in their places.
At eight o'clock the next evening Aunt Ellen took a quaint old gold ring from a moth-eaten case and gave it to Richard.
He fumbled in his waistcoat pocket and produced a diamond ring, at which he looked pensively.
It does not mention the fact that when the man was raised up, a woman's wedding ring fell upon the floor.