Smallweed's head against the side of her porter's chair and causes her to present, when extricated
by her granddaughter, a highly unbecoming state of cap, but the necessary exertion recoils on Mr.
And Boris, having apparently relieved himself of an onerous duty and extricated
himself from an awkward situation and placed another in it, became quite pleasant again.
This accomplished, he pried gently and carefully, loosening the jaws a bit at a time, while Matt, a bit at a time, extricated
White Fang's mangled neck.
In his struggles to rise, before I have completely extricated
myself from him, the pony kicks me; and, as my ill-luck will have it, his hoof strikes just where the poisoned spear struck me in the past days of my service in India.
Maud was so tickled with this youthful prank that she unguardedly sat down to laugh on the edge of an open trunk, immediately doubled up, fell in, and was with difficulty extricated
I put the cork into the bottle, desired him to be calm, and began to talk to him of the means by which he might be extricated
The crew were beginning to fail in provisions, and it is not probable that, without the aid of this man, they would ever have extricated
themselves from these scarcely penetrable woods.
Quickly Tarzan seized Teeka and dragged her from the loosened embrace, dropping her to the ground beneath, then he extricated
the balu and tossed it to its mother.
But his enemy extricated
himself with a singularly inappropriate air of hurried politeness.
This done, he extricated
the cold provisions from the cart, and they entered the farmer's wicket; and he, shutting up the knife with which he was taking maggots out of the cow's back and sides, accompanied them towards the cottage.
First casting a cautious and suspicious glance on every side of him, the squatter and his companion advanced to the little wagon, and caused it to enter within the folds of the cloth, much in the manner that it had been extricated
the preceding evening.
himself from his father's grasp, darted an angry look at the departing guest, and returned into the house.