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Seeing her father, Mary left the swing and went to meet him, pushing back the pink kerchief and smiling afar off at him with the involuntary smile of loving pleasure.
Two little girls are sitting in it, and swing themselves backwards and forwards; their frocks are as white as snow, and long green silk ribands flutter from their bonnets.
As I reached the limit of my swing and prepared to rush back on the counter swing, a great gong struck and thundered.
I was jerked from swing to counter swing with irritating haste.
Twice only movedst thou thy rattle with thy little hands--then did my feet swing with dance-fury.
Here was old Yermil in a very long white smock, bending forward to swing a scythe; there was a young fellow, Vaska, who had been a coachman of Levin's, taking every row with a wide sweep.
I will swing less with my arm and more with my whole body," he thought, comparing Tit's row, which looked as if it had been cut with a line, with his own unevenly and irregularly lying grass.
In one place there was a public building which was fenced about with a thick, rusty chain, which sagged from post to post in a succession of low swings.
And again, "If it comes to swinging, swing all, say I.
The versatility of the design means that the Swing Plane Perfector can be used on both grass and indoor ranges.
Make your practice swing to relax your muscles and begin developing a positive swing thought.
As more swing videos are posted onto the training wall, users will be able to ask other members for swing advice as well.