Well, sir, I saw your son whipping, and kicking, and knocking that good little pony about shamefully because he would not leap
a gate that was too high for him.
She sniffed noses with him, and even condescended to leap about and frisk and play with him in quite puppyish fashion.
One leap more and his teeth would be sinking into it.
Buck did not know of this, and as he rounded the bend, the frost wraith of a rabbit still flitting before him, he saw another and larger frost wraith leap
from the overhanging bank into the immediate path of the rabbit.
to his rescue would mean death for Akut, too; but the brave old ape never hesitated.
With great leaps
and roars, he rushed in that direction, arousing a pandemonium of roars and screams from the animals in the cages.
There is now only the little matter of the run and the leap.
Ay, but what if they kill thee in the Jungle, or the Little People kill thee before thou canst leap down to the river?
Mowgli trotted along under the trees, judging distances between branch and branch, occasionally climbing up a trunk and taking a trial leap from one tree to another till he came to the open ground, which he studied very carefully for an hour.
There was nothing human in the bestial growls that rumbled up from his deep chest; there was nothing human in the bared fangs, or the catlike leaps
The Magic Leap
One consists of three parts: the Lightwear goggles, the Lightpack external computer and a handheld controller.
ECD also announced the general availability of two content management apps: LEAP
Focus, which allows users to read and review content on mobile phones, and LEAP
Express, designed to support digital approval workflows.