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Cutler made no answer, but said sharply a moment after: "We must attend to the.
I only know that I raised my head and looked sharply all ways but the way I durst not look for fear of an upset.
If it weren't for the goats there'd be no music, my dear; music depends upon goats," said her father rather sharply, and Mr.
Mugambi, on his part, clung closely to Tarzan, so that the ape-man could scarce control his laughter at the pitiable condition to which the chief's fear had reduced him; but at length the white took the great cat by the scruff of the neck and, dragging it quite close to the Wagambi, slapped it sharply upon the nose each time that it growled at the stranger.
It was sharply imperative, a voice used to command.
It was a dark night, and the lights of the motor-cars cut as sharply through the blackness as knives would cut through solid substance.
Scott cried out sharply with surprise, catching his torn hand and holding it tightly in his other hand.
Robert, noticing the embarrassment, spoke sharply to Old Sharon.
On a colossal pedestal, the cliff, - motionless at the extreme edge of the capping rock and sharply outlined against the sky, - was an equestrian statue of impressive dignity.
Still regarding him sharply but not unsympathetically the man of science bluntly inquired:
Skiff Miller looked at her sharply, seeking in her face the guile her words had led him to suspect.
The Spencervale doctor who had come the night Minnie May had the croup met Anne at the house of a patient one afternoon early in vacation, looked her over sharply, screwed up his mouth, shook his head, and sent a message to Marilla Cuthbert by another person.