Then, leaving Joyce to guard them--one man, to be sure, but with half a dozen muskets-- Hunter and I returned to the jolly-boat and loaded
ourselves once more.
In Chicago, he was loaded
upon a track, carted through the roaring streets of the vast city, and put into another baggage-car which was quickly in motion in continuation of the eastward journey.
But before I reveal to you the secret of the treasure, you must swear that, after we have loaded the camels with as much as they can carry, you will give half to me, and let us go our own ways.
At length the camels were loaded with as much as they could carry, and nothing remained but to seal up the treasure, and go our ways.
He got the one glance at the foe-swarming field in front of him, and instantly ceased to de- bate the question of his piece being loaded.
The rifles, once loaded, were jerked to the shoulder and fired without apparent aim into the smoke or at one of the blurred and shift- ing forms which upon the field before the regi- ment had been growing larger and larger like puppets under a magician's hand.
An hour's time saw the sled loaded
with the ingoing mail and grub, fresh dogs harnessed, and a fresh Indian engaged.
1 : to put a load in or on <They loaded
To produce a more uniform separating force, grates contain magnetic material throughout the tube, and are not partially loaded
with springs and fillers.
Each stack of crushed cars loaded
onto a trailer with no walls, such as a flatbed, should be secured by four tie-downs.
Your MSD hard drive will be erased and the latest system software installed, meaning you'll have "lost" all those great files you loaded
to the old MSD.
A rubber sample is rotated under loaded
tungsten carbide knives at controlled speed, time and force, and the amount of wear is reported.