When the waiter had felt my fast cooling tea-pot with the palm of his hand, and had looked imploringly at me, and had gone out, Drummle, careful not to move the shoulder
next me, took a cigar from his pocket and bit the end off, but showed no sign of stirring.
After each repulse, when the old wolf sheered abruptly away from the sharp-toothed object of his desire, he shouldered
against a young three-year-old that ran on his blind right side.
Michael sprang away again, and was numbly aware of an ancient joy as he shouldered
Jerry who shouldered
against him as they ran side by side.
"No, I don't throw stones," she was saying, in answer to something, "though I can't understand it," she went on, shrugging her shoulders
, and she turned at once with a soft smile of protection towards Kitty.
He came quite close to the officer and laid a paw upon one of the man's shoulders
, studying his face intently for a long moment, then came the expression of disappointment accompanied by what was almost a human sigh, as he turned away to peer in the same curious fashion into the faces of the mate and the two sailors who had arrived with the officers.
With this idea in mind she turned to search for some means of putting it into execution; but her first view of the interior of the cabin brought a shriek of terror to her lips, and like a frightened child the huge woman ran to bury her face on her mistress' shoulder
But he was receiving the blows on his gloves and shoulders
, rocking back and forth to the force of them like a tree in a storm, while the house cheered its delight.
He rushed, as though attempting the old shoulder
trick, but at the last instant swept low to the snow and in.
Now when the son of Lycaon saw him scouring the plain and driving the Trojans pell-mell before him, he aimed an arrow and hit the front part of his cuirass near the shoulder
: the arrow went right through the metal and pierced the flesh, so that the cuirass was covered with blood.
Three times the young reporter sprang at Ed Handby and each time the bartender, catching him by the shoulder
, hurled him back into the bushes.
At midnight when the mate touched him on the shoulder
, in the moment of awakening and before he was awake Van Horn did two things automatically and swiftly.
have known no ignobler burden than iron mail, and they will not stoop."