As he turned to row back
to shore he heard a woman's shriek from the ship's deck.
Skiff after skiff crossed the estuary and hauled up on the sandspit, while Hans' work was cut out for him--ever to row back
and forth for more supplies of booze.
I was no more able to stay behind now than I was to persuade them not to go; so the captain ordered two men to row back
the pinnace, and fetch twelve men more, leaving the long-boat at an anchor; and that, when they came back, six men should keep the two boats, and six more come after us; so that he left only sixteen men in the ship: for the whole ship's company consisted of sixty-five men, whereof two were lost in the late quarrel which brought this mischief on.
That's why I think the SNP have been forced to row back
When he was at Sunderland, he said something after the game and he had to row back
or something like that.
lt;B Fears that the Tories could seek to row back
on Assembly powers post-Brexit could be lessened after the party's poor General Election result
Bin Salem tried to row back
from his comments, issuing a statement saying that Tunisia's relations with the kingdom were "completely harmonious".
It's a hard one for her to row back
on, so she'll need a lot of advice and support.
Therefore UEFA should row back
on ejecting any Euro football teams as the mindless minority will win and the genuine football majority will lose.
Springer said a two-week-old experiment to restrict access by Google to some of its publications had caused web traffic to plunge for these sites, leading it to row back
and let Google once again showcase Springer news stories in its search results.
The Health Minister caused controversy last week when he appeared to row back
on plans to award them based on conditions.
EDUCATION Secretary Nicky Morgan has vowed to "be nice to teachers", but warned she would not row back
on predecessor Michael Gove's controversial reforms.
One diplomat said that Iran had appeared to row back
on its previous openness to resolve concerns over the heavy-water Arak reactor that the West fears could provide plutonium for bombs once it is operational.
Lets hope that the CBRT still get the message and hike the lending rate in a meaningful fashion next week - and not use the relief offered by Bernanke to row back
At the start of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) annual conference in Liverpool yesterday, general secretary Christine Blower retaliated by warning the Education Secretary that the union is not prepared to row back
from its position.