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Stiffen up and straighten up with an effort of will-power--will-power's the idea, gameness, and all that, and kiss your hands to the audience and make a weak, pitiful sort of a smile, as though your heart's been pulled 'most out of you and you'll have to go to the hospital, but for right then that you're game an' smiling and kissing your hands to the audience that's riping the seats up and loving you.
Every turn I ever pulled is put in the shade by this one.
And anon he pulled at the sword with all his might, but it would not be.
I will well,' said Arthur, and pulled it out easily.
I said that the fact evidently was that I was not rowing as fast as I fancied I was, but that we should soon reach the lock now; and I pulled on for another mile.
The children, full of pity, at once took tight hold of the little man, and pulled against the eagle so long that at last he let his booty go.
As he pulled each fish out of the net, his mouth watered with the thought of the good dinner coming, and he said:
As soon as the Fisherman pulled him out, his green eyes opened wide with surprise, and he cried out in fear:
At the second milestone the boys pulled up short, and waved their hats to the guard, who had his watch out and shouted "4.
Pickwick was busily engaged in counting the barrels of oysters and superintending the disinterment of the cod-fish, when he felt himself gently pulled by the skirts of the coat.
Pickwick gently pulled Bella towards him, and bestowing a kiss upon her forehead, bade her sit down on the little stool at her grandmother's feet.
They were shooting rabbits near the Highwood, and a gun went off close by; he pulled up a little and looked, but did not stir a step to right or left.