He dropped the plank, and turned deadly pale in a moment.
Was it--could it be--the man who had carved the letters on the plank? Yes!
"So, my beauty," said Hook, as if he spoke in syrup, "you are to see your children walk the plank."
It is sad to know that not a boy was looking at her as Smee tied her to the mast; the eyes of all were on the plank: that last little walk they were about to take.
His intention was to turn her face so that she should see they boys walking the plank one by one.
"'Good-bye, little Hans,' said the Miller, as he went up the hill with the plank
on his shoulder, and the big basket in his hand.
Soon after the planks
in the floor sprang up as before, and the woman came up, dressed in white, with the iron belt and chain.
Then he knelt down, made the sign of the cross, and lowering his face to the planks
, as if he would have kissed them, said in a low tone, in French, "Comte de la Fere, are you there?"
returned to York on October 1, 1901, with the Athletics as they faced Penn Park.
MIKE Milligan's reminiscences of the giant metal slide (Chronicle, August 27) reminds me of that other long lost giant of the children's playground, the plank
The warrants had been acquired by Plank
pursuant to the plan of arrangement between the Company and Mobio Technologies Inc.
Roasting salmon on a cedar plank
has been done for many years, this is an updated version that can be cooked on your backyard grill.