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He made himself a sling with rubber bands and a forked stick and went off by himself to gather nuts.
After that he never went into the woods without carrying the sling in his pocket and he spent hours shooting at imaginary animals concealed among the brown leaves in the trees.
- There's the worst arm comfortably in the sling once more, and now there remains but the right hand, which is a far easier job.
I carried my pistol in my hand, my whip thrust with the hatchets in the sling of my arm.
It was indeed necessary to beat a retreat, for about twenty natives armed with bows and slings appeared on the skirts of a copse that masked the horizon to the right, hardly a hundred steps from us.
Some chiefs had ornamented their necks with a crescent and collars of glass beads, red and white; nearly all were armed with bows, arrows, and shields and carried on their shoulders a sort of net containing those round stones which they cast from their slings with great skill.
And that's jist the thruth of the rason why he wears his lift hand in a sling.
But Nelson pulled his bandaged hand, bullet-perforated, out of its sling, and, held by us, wept and roared his Berserker belief that he could lick Soup Kennedy one-handed.
"Tell her to have her slings ready," cries his brother captain.
Up fly the liner's hissing slings; her underbody crashes home and she hurtles away again.
No one runs so hurriedly to the cover of respectability as the unconventional woman who has exposed herself to the slings and arrows of outraged propriety.
Next day, however, she was awfully tender, and gave out bandages to every one, and they played till bed-time at limping about and carrying their arms in slings.