"Wait a jiffy," called the Woozy, and then it went to a tree and hugged it with its front paws, so that its body couldn't be dragged around by the pull. "All ready, now.
"Then, when at last you get to the Magician's house, he can surely find some way to pull out those three hairs."
Then was Arthur wroth and said to himself, 'I will ride to the churchyard, and take the sword with me that sticketh in the stone, for my brother Sir Kay shall not be without a sword this day.' So when he came to the churchyard Sir Arthur alit and tied his horse to the stile, and so he went to the tent and found no knights there, for they were at the jousting, and so he handled the sword by the handles, and lightly and fiercely pulled it out of the stone, and took his horse and rode his way until he came to his brother Sir Kay, and delivered him the sword.
When I came home for my brother's sword, I found no body at home to deliver me his sword, and so I thought my brother Sir Kay should not go swordless, and so I came hither eagerly and pulled it out of the stone without any pain.'
And the small boys on the bank stop and jeer at him, and pitch stones at him as he is pulled along past them, at the rate of four miles an hour, and can't get out.
"We'll be through the next lock before seven, and then there is only one more;" and I settled down and pulled steadily away.
The whips fell on the horses, and the horses struggled in all their hugeness and might to pull
away from the pain of the punishment.
The children, full of pity, at once took tight hold of the little man, and pulled
against the eagle so long that at last he let his booty go.
the hostlers let go their heads, the four bays plunge at the collar, and away goes the Tally-ho into the darkness, forty-five seconds from the time they pulled
Weller are all right behind, and the coachman is all right in front, and the old gentleman inside, who has kept the window down full two inches all this time, has pulled
it up again, and the cloths are off, and they are all ready for starting, except the 'two stout gentlemen,' whom the coachman inquires after with some impatience.
They were shooting rabbits near the Highwood, and a gun went off close by; he pulled
up a little and looked, but did not stir a step to right or left.
He put a hand as big as a spade into the net and pulled
out a handful of mullets.