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Another from the Norman whizzed into the waist, broke the back of a horse, and crashed its way through the side of the vessel.
One Sunday, late in the afternoon, found Daylight across the bay in the Piedmont hills back of Oakland.
Red-Eye's great hand shot out and clutched the old man by the back of the neck.
Tess had spoken to her husband from the doorway, without entering the dining-room, and Mrs Brooks, who stood within the partly-closed door of her own sitting-room at the back of the passage, could hear fragments of the conversation--if conversation it could be called--between those two wretched souls.