The hangman did as he was bid, and was tying the cord
firmly, when he was stopped by the voice of the Jewish doctor beseeching him to pause, for he had something very important to say.
This was not lost upon the boy, who, before he curled himself down to sleep, securely tied to a tree the end of the cord
that was about Jerry's neck.
"Don't be in a hurry," said Cord
to Vronsky, "and remember one thing: don't hold her in at the fences, and don't urge her on; let her go as she likes."
The Prince went on his way, thinking about this strange adventure, when suddenly at the turn of the walk he perceived a tall man whose face was the picture of misery, holding in his hands a silken cord
of the exact colour of those round the necks of the dead men.
Instantly the old man slipped the running noose over one of the lad's wrists, took a couple of half hitches about his other wrist, and knotted the cord
It is but the eye to the cord
, the cord
to the shaft, and the shaft to the mark.
Caswall resumed his habit of watching the great kite straining at its cord
, varying his vigils in this way by a further examination of the mysterious treasures of his house, especially Mesmer's chest.
And who is the man si tting on the chest, with the cord
in his hand, looking out idly at the sea?
These fish constitute a principal article of their food; the women drying them and stringing them on cords
. As the uthlecan is only found in the lower part of the river, the arrival of it soon brought back the natives to the coast; who again resorted to the factory to trade, and from that time furnished plentiful supplies of fish.
He had gone down about three-quarters of the length of the wall when the cord
Presently I recalled the cord
that had been attached to the parcel when it fell at my side, and after a little groping my hand came in contact with it again.
All you need do to let me know is to undo the cord
holding the curtain of the 'right' gallery window, nearest to the dark closet.