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Away, then, they dashed through thick and thin; stones flying and sparks flashing at every bound.
This he said in a tone of loud defi- ance; and at the same time, with a motion as quick as lightning, he with one single stroke dashed the pistols from the hand of each constable.
I had already dashed the water in her face and spoken the magic words.
Once more I dashed my hardest angle against him, at the same time alarming the whole household by my cries for aid.
Then I turned at once and dashed away in haste to the other corner of the room to avoid seeing, anyway.
You know very well that the last was stopped on his way, dashed on the rocks, and the governor told us next day that we were careless fellows.
Even at the moment I felt horror at the act I was about to commit; but it was no time for pity or compunction, and with a true aim, and exerting all my strength, I dashed the boat-hook at him.
It was difficult at first to find the way, the darkness was so great; but to their relief when Adam whistled shrilly, the carriage and horses, which had been waiting in the angle of the avenue, dashed up.
This way," cried the boy, and, without waiting to know that I had heard him, he dashed off at breakneck speed, further into the bowels of the temple.