But, the succeeding fraction of a moment, so that Jerry, leaping, missed even the shadow of it, the mainsail, with a second crash of blocks on traveller, had swung across and filled on the other tack
Still the Ghost tore along, till the boat dwindled to a speck, when Wolf Larsen's voice rang out in command and he went about on the starboard tack
I was not a hundred yards from her when the wind came again in a clap; she filled on the port tack
and was off again, stooping and skimming like a swallow.
We must tack within three arrow flights, or we may find a rock through our timbers.
I fear that we can scarce bide upon this tack," cried Hawtayne; "and yet the other will drive us on the rocks.
And as we laid out on the next tack
to wind-ward, I bent a piece of line to a small grappling hook I had seen lying in the bail-hole.
She stole a glance at Martin, who was busy putting the boat about on the other tack
, and she could have hated him for having made her do an immodest and shameful thing.
HUNDREDS of sharp tacks
were put on a BMX track used by children over the weekend in a move that has been described as "sabotage".
WHAT YOU'LL NEED * 2 silver tinsel backdrops (grab them at a party store) * 2 curtains * fishing line *pushpins, tacks
or gaffer's tape (found at Home Depot) * floor pillows
A CYCLIST was left with horrific injuries and others reported minor crashes after tacks
were alleg-edly thrown on to the road during the weekend's 15,000-strong Velothon.
ONE cyclist was left with horrific injuries and others reported minor crashes after tacks
were allegedly thrown onto the road during the weekend's 15,000-strong Velothon.
The number of Tacks
implanted per patient averaged.