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At the bidding of the King, the herald announced that the open target was to be shot at, to decide the title of the best archer in all England; and any man there present was privileged to try for it.
How say you, if first we decide this open target and then match the five best thereat against your unknown champions?
Then I will decide whether to destroy you with the others or not.
You will do as the majority decide, or you will be `the first' without the formality of drawing lots," said Monsieur Thuran threateningly.
Spider bent, wide-eyed, toward the hand that was to decide his fate, for whatever luck was Clayton's on this last draw, the opposite would be Spider's.
it took me half an hour to decide which hat to wear when I was coming here -- HERE, to a graveyard
But I couldn't decide between two any easier than between two hundred.
Decide, in your wife's interests, whether you will die worth nothing, or die worth a thousand pounds.
Left alone, the Courier seriously considers his position-- and decides.
Arrived at the hotel, he sat down to write the letter--doubted--and tore it up--doubted again--and began again--doubted once more--and tore up the second letter--rose to his feet--and owned to himself (in unprintable language) that he couldn't for the life of him decide which was safest--to write or to wait.
Wait and see what the chances of the next eight-and-forty hours might bring forth, and then write to her, or desert her, as the event might decide.
That is for her to decide," persisted Gilbert stubbornly.