Don Quixote sprang to his feet
, and drawing his sword, began making passes at the grating, shouting out, "Avaunt, malignant enchanters!
Once within the house the man sprang to his feet, closed the door, and revealed to the astonished farmer the fierce face and resolute expression of Jefferson Hope.
The instant that their footsteps had died away in the distance, Jefferson Hope sprang to his feet, and helping his companions through the gap, led the way across the fields at the top of his speed, supporting and half-carrying the girl when her strength appeared to fail her.
The former magician, with a cry of joy, sprang to his feet
, looked at himself in wonder, and then fell back in his chair and watched the Wizard with fascinated interest.
Gerald, who had been watching her, sprang to his feet
There is only one, and that is the white man who has led us for the past few days," and Busuli sprang to his feet, and with uplifted spear and half-bent, crouching body commenced to dance slowly about Tarzan, chanting in time to his steps: "Waziri, king of the Waziri; Waziri, killer of Arabs; Waziri, king of the Waziri."
As the excitement waxed the ape-man sprang to his feet and joined in the wild ceremony.
Instantly the fellow sprang to his feet
with a cry and levelled his revolver at the intruder.
The old man sprang to his feet and his voice shook with excitement.
Enoch Robinson sprang to his feet and ran to the window that looked down into the deserted main street of Winesburg.
He sprang to his feet
, waving his fists and wheezing like an asthmatic.
The sheriff fired back with his sixgun, then sprang to his feet
and ran toward his horse.
Kyle Owens followed up but the keeper sprang to his feet
to again deny the Crues via the woodwork, flicking the ball on to his right hand post.
At this point, a furious Wekesa sprang to his feet
and charged at Barasa.
At the sound of our steps he glanced round and sprang to his feet
with a cry of pleasure.