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"Take him," said I, standing up again and pointing with the whip; "take him, and carry him out and cast him into the sea."
"A full-grown one?" asked Ilagin as he approached the whip who had sighted the hare- and not without agitation he looked round and whistled to Erza.
But the three soldiers took the little whip, whipped as much money as they wanted, and lived happily to their lives end.
In short, Sancho, either you must be whipped by yourself, or they must whip you, or you shan't be governor."
"Laws, Missis, if you's to whip all day, couldn't say no other way," said Topsy, beginning to blubber.
"You fella Astoa take that fella whip. Plenty strong big fella too much ten fella three times.
At the threshold of the dark interior the frightened things halted fearfully, and then as von Horn urged them on from behind with his cruel whip they milled as cattle at the entrance to a strange corral.
When he was gone my driver began to flop the reins about and whip the harness, by which I understood that I was to go on, which of course I did, glad that the stone was gone, but still in a good deal of pain.
One of the men gave him a cut with the whip across the face, he did not feel it.
"The lazy brutes, I'll show them," he cried, preparing to lash out at them with the whip.
Mulcachy was equipped with a long-lashed whip and a sharp-pronged fork of iron.
Many of them he could whip in single fight; but single fight was denied him.