Tiktok, claiming to be Dorothy's faithful follower because he belonged to her, had been permitted to join the party, and before they started the girl wound up his machinery as far as possible, and the copper man stepped off
as briskly as any one of them.
They were all tired out when they reached the shore at last and stepped off
upon the pretty green grass, and they also knew that the stream had carried them a long way past the road of yellow brick that led to the Emerald City.
Hewet stepped off
the road on to one of these, in order to avoid the hardness and heat of the main road, the dust of which was always being raised in small clouds by carts and ramshackle flies which carried parties of festive peasants, or turkeys swelling unevenly like a bundle of air balls beneath a net, or the brass bedstead and black wooden boxes of some newly wedded pair.
She stepped off
the train at the Glen, real smiling and chipper, and the first thing she saw staring her in the face on the black, gable-end of the freight shed, was the question, in big white letters, two feet high, `Whither goest thou--to heaven or hell?' That had been one of Fiske's ideas, and he had got Henry Hammond to paint it.
In grim, deliberate silence, while Dora watched him with the fascination of horror, Davy stepped off
the green grass of the roadside, ankle deep into the fine dust which four weeks of rainless weather had made on the road, and marched along in it, shuffling his feet viciously until he was enveloped in a hazy cloud.
And when the car stopped at my corner I nearly fell to the ground when I stepped off
Not a word would he answer, but stepped off
to the far end of the kitchen, and sat down and sulked; and it was not till I stepped after him, and gave him my hand, and thanked him by title as the chief spring of my success, that he began to smile a bit, and was at last prevailed upon to join our party.
So soon as an inquirer or two had stepped off
the line and across the smoky hedge, they saw, rolled down almost to the bottom of the bank, the body of an old man in a yellow dressing-gown with a very vivid scarlet lining.
Between 1 May, when she stepped off
the train, and 16 May, when she received Eddy Moore's letter containing the information that he had found her a post as stenographer in the office of Joe Rendal, it had changed Mary Hill quite remarkably.
"It was just a minute before the execution," began the prince, readily, carried away by the recollection and evidently forgetting everything else in a moment; "just at the instant when he stepped off
the ladder on to the scaffold.
As they stepped off
Air Force One,Donald and Melania Trumpknow better than anyone - first impressions are everything.
The man stepped off
the central reservation and into the path of a moving van, before launching a bottle at the windscreen
The team of 23 from business advisory firm Ryecroft Glenton (RG), which included managing partner Chris Robson, stepped off
the historic landmark before whizzing almost 1,000ft diagonally down to the Gateshead quayside below.
Michael Benedict Battung, 60, who works at the Cagayan Provincial Jail was alighting from his vehicle in front of his house when a gunman stepped off
an SUV and shot him, said Senior Insp.
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