Briggs often goes out shopping for hours, or making calls, and then she pays down fair and honorable like a lady; there's no beating down or making three hours into two hours and a half, as some folks do; and it is easy work for the horses; not like tearing along
to catch trains for people that are always a quarter of an hour too late; and if I don't oblige her in this matter it is very likely we shall lose them altogether.
how that snag's tearing along
. If you think it ain't dismal and lone- some out in a fog that way by yourself in the night, you try it once -- you'll see.
Meantime Jack was holding fast to the post and the Saw-Horse was tearing along
the road like a racer.
We went tearing along
in a most exhilarating way, and I performed the delicate duties of my office very well indeed for a first attempt; but perceiving, presently, that I really was going to shoot the bridge itself instead of the archway under it, I judiciously stepped ashore.
Mine fell on to its knees and I thought that he was going to die, but in another moment he was up and off, tearing along
straight past me.
Those turbid waters, hurrying, foaming, tearing along
, an apt resemblance of that headlong tide of business which is poured along its wave by a race more vehement and energetic than any the old world ever saw.
Imagine this sand tearing along
at ninety, a hundred, a hundred and twenty, or any other number of miles per hour.
"Staff in the lower quarters especially have become quite used to seeing little brown mice tearing along
Speeding BMW caught tearing along
Leven Road in Norton.
Witnesses reported more than 100 riders tearing along
Chester Road North, outside the Tesco in New Oscott, causing traffic chaos, last Saturday afternoon.
IN the last few weeks or so the national press have fed the media frenzy on the phenomenon of motor scooters tearing along
pavements, with the helmeted and face-covered pillion passenger snatching mobile phones, tablets, and anything not nailed down.
The combination of tearing along
with die buildup is often a largely invisible cause of poor surface finish on the extruded part.
A nice long summer is what we all need And for once I think we are all agreed G MCLANDERS, Byker Life The weave of life Weaves many tapestries The gentleman of the road shuffles along Tiny feet patter along with caring parents Youths, tearing along
on skateboards and bicylces KEVIN BROWN, by email
For example: "Driver Charles Perrin, of Penarth Road depot, was fined for speeding, having been accused of tearing along
at the breakneck speed of 14 mph.
Moira Hewitt, 81, said: "People come tearing along