The troops were running
in such a dense mass that once surrounded by them it was difficult to get out again.
This was his one trouble in the running
of the pack; but she had other troubles.
PETER got down very quietly off the wheelbarrow, and started running
as fast as he could go, along a straight walk behind some black-currant bushes.
seven miles or so, Pinocchio was well- nigh exhausted.
up to the place where they usually went, he did not find them there.
The men were running
, two and two, with the length of a spear throw between them.
But there was Alan, standing as before; only now his sword was running
blood to the hilt, and himself so swelled with triumph and fallen into so fine an attitude, that he looked to be invincible.
The headless bodies of the foremost Scoodlers kept the others from running
close up, but they also threw their heads in an effort to stop the escaping prisoners.
'Would you--be good enough,' Alice panted out, after running
a little further, 'to stop a minute--just to get--one's breath again?'
The scent, though still good, is not so thick; there is no need of that, for in this part of the run every one knows the line which must be taken, and so there are no casts to be made, but good downright running
and fencing to be done.
Into his mind came the conviction that he was walking and running
in some terrible void where no one had ever been be- fore.
I crawled into the wigwam, but the king and the duke had their legs sprawled around so there warn't no show for me; so I laid outside -- I didn't mind the rain, because it was warm, and the waves warn't running
so high now.