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After another broadside for the Doctor, and another for the Doctor's wife, the boys dispersed, and I went back into the house, where I found the guests all standing in a group about the Doctor, discussing how Mr.
Some of the passengers climbed to the mizzen top, and beheld her still struggling to reach the ship; but shortly after she broached broadside to the waves, and her case seemed desperate.
The wind is strong on those headlands at sunrise, so when each had emptied his crock of fire in front of that which was before him, the broadside of the town roared into flame, and all went.
The "We're Here", under jib and riding-sail, gave her no more room than was absolutely necessary, - Disko did not wish to spend a week hunting for his cable, - but scuttled up into the wind as the Carrie passed within easy hail, a silent and angry boat, at the mercy of a raking broadside of Bank chaff.
Broadside after broadside they delivered as each vessel came in line with the ships of the therns.
There was one bristling broadside of revolvers under the longest shelf of closed eyes and swollen throats.
He went bounding down the vast broadside, spring after spring, like an ibex.
Just in front of us, and broadside on, stood three splendid bulls, one of them with enormous tusks.
D'Artagnan, after this broadside, quietly caressed his mustache; M.
They discovered her proximity, dropped back until she was nearly broadside on to the former battleship, and signalled up the Theodore Roosevelt and the little Monitor.
They passed under Kew Bridge, broadside, at the rate of eight miles an hour.
The dugout turned broadside the instant that its nose touched the sand, and immediately it rolled over, with all its crew scrambling madly for the shore.