And really another French soldier, trailing his musket, ran
up to the struggling men, and the fate of the red-haired gunner, who had triumphantly secured the mop and still did not realize what awaited him, was about to be decided.
On her other side ran
a gaunt old wolf, grizzled and marked with the scars of many battles.
McGREGOR was on his hands and knees planting out young cabbages, but he jumped up and ran
after Peter, waving a rake and calling out, "Stop thief!"
An hour or two afterwards the landlord got up, and took his handkerchief to wipe his face, but the pin ran
into him and pricked him: then he walked into the kitchen to light his pipe at the fire, but when he stirred it up the eggshells flew into his eyes, and almost blinded him.
And now, at the sight of my kind, I was overcome with gladness, and I ran
wildly toward them.
Levin snatched up the rugs and ran
towards the copse.
to the bush --he had caught hold of a duiker buck, as big as himself, that was asleep in it.
away, from the plantation of James Surgette, the following negroes: Randal, has one ear cropped; Bob, has lost one eye; Kentucky Tom, has one jaw broken.'
The Saw-Horse ran
. Like a flash he followed the Griffin, his wooden legs moving so fast that they twinkled like the rays of a star.
Before they had time to recover, I sent another ball over their heads; and at my third shot (which went as wide as the second) the whole party threw down the yard and ran
And as the children ran
they heard the sound of the broom sweeping the ground close behind them, so instantly they threw the handkerchief down over their shoulder, and in a moment a deep, broad river flowed behind them.
The body of the guard, not having the eyes of its head to guide it, ran
here and there in an aimless manner, and the shaggy man easily dodged it and opened the door.