And the head popped back again; and we heard no more, for the time, of these six
very faint-hearted seamen.
When she was led to the stake, she laid the shirts on her arm, and as she stood on the pile and the fire was about to be lighted, she looked around her and saw six
swans flying through the air.
Whoever commits the crime of leasing telephone service to his neighbors may be sent to jail for six
o'clock the Nautilus, sometimes floating, sometimes immersed, passed some distance from Tor, situated at the end of the bay, the waters of which seemed tinted with red, an observation already made by Captain Nemo.
My silver plate, which is perhaps a little worn, but which ought to weigh from a thousand to twelve hundred pounds, for I had great trouble in lifting the coffer that contained it and could not carry it more than six
times round my chamber.
It is all guess-work for six
years, and she whom I see in them is the woman who came suddenly into view when they were at an end.
Why is it that so many women are afraid to be left alone with their thoughts between six
Do the best you can, Ojo, and while you are gone I shall begin the six
years job of making a new batch of the Powder of Life.
Your governor has me six
hundred Hardwells short," Nesbitt answered curtly.
They travelled till ten o'clock the night they reached Selkirk, and at six
next morning they plunged ahead into the next stretch of wilderness of nearly five hundred miles that lay between Selkirk and Dyea.
Never's been drunk or sober in twenty years, and has never missed his six
quarts of beer per diem.
It was populated by five thousand Polynesians, all strapping men and women, many of them standing six
feet in height and weighing a couple of hundred pounds.