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It was so like it that I went forward and said--"Pilot" and the thing got up and came to me and snuffed me.
Turn back all who will, but ye who are men come forward with me.
The chains that held my left leg were about two yards long, and gave me not only the liberty of walking backwards and forwards in a semicircle, but, being fixed within four inches of the gate, allowed me to creep in, and lie at my full length in the temple.
The desire of getting out of the reach of the Galles made us press forward with great expedition, and, indeed, fear having entirely engrossed our minds, we were perhaps less sensible of all our labours and difficulties; so violent an apprehension of one danger made us look on many others with unconcern; our pains at last found some intermission at the foot of the mountains of Duan, the frontier of Abyssinia, which separates it from the country of the Moors, through which we had travelled.
Farther under the starboard bulwark were some big hutches containing a number of rabbits, and a solitary llama was squeezed in a mere box of a cage forward.
Trent walked backwards and forwards with knitted brows, glancing every now and then at the unconscious man.
Go on, Beauty," said my master, and he gave me a touch with the whip, but I dare not stir; he gave me a sharp cut; I jumped, but I dare not go forward.
This ruin consisted of merely a couple of crumbling masses of masonry which bore a rude resemblance to human faces; they leaned forward and touched foreheads, and had the look of being absorbed in conversation.
In this dialogue, the whole argument in behalf of slavery was brought forward by the master, all of which was disposed of by the slave.
We have arranged that she shall regularly forward her address (at the post-office) to her friends, as we move about from place to place.
The boat, carried forward by the wind, seemed to be flying in the air.
The men were going forward to the heart of the din.