Apollo obeyed his father's saying, and left the crests of Ida, flying like a falcon, bane of doves and swiftest
of all birds.
D'Artagnan therefore took the post, and chose a horse which he soon caused to demonstrate, with good spurs and a light hand, that deer are not the swiftest
animals in nature.
He switched out his long, tight-rolled turban-cloth and, with swiftest
hands, rolled it over and under about his loins into the intricate devices of a Saddhu's cincture.
It brought the east and the west together by the swiftest
and easiest ways known to those times.
And if you know of any help that you can give to that gentleman in the next kitchen there or can think of any one thing that's likelier than another to bring the girl round, do your swiftest
At length, however, we reached the shadows of the forest, while right behind us sprang the swiftest
of our pursuers--a giant plant man with claws outreaching to fasten his bloodsucking mouths upon us.
Joe, who had immediately sprung up after his fall, just as one of the swiftest
horsemen rushed upon him, bounded like a panther, avoided his assailant by leaping to one side, jumped up behind him on the crupper, seized the Arab by the throat, and, strangling him with his sinewy hands and fingers of steel, flung him on the sand, and continued his headlong flight.
I put the cheeses on the top, and we started off at a shamble that would have done credit to the swiftest
steam-roller ever built, and all went merry as a funeral bell, until we turned the corner.
All that happened in the instant that Tarzan turned to meet the charge of the irascible rhinoceros might take long to tell, and yet would have taxed the swiftest
lens to record.
After Jane Clayton, with rifle levelled at the breast of Rokoff, had succeeded in holding him off until the dugout in which she had taken refuge had drifted out upon the bosom of the Ugambi beyond the man's reach, she had lost no time in paddling to the swiftest
sweep of the channel, nor did she for long days and weary nights cease to hold her craft to the most rapidly moving part of the river, except when during the hottest hours of the day she had been wont to drift as the current would take her, lying prone in the bottom of the canoe, her face sheltered from the sun with a great palm leaf.
They threw away their swords and clawed at one another to make a passage for escape; those behind climbed upon the shoulders of those in front; and some fell and were trampled upon; but at last they all got through, and, the swiftest
first, they bolted across the two intervening chambers to the outer corridor beyond, nor did they halt their mad retreat before they stumbled, weak and trembling, into the banquet hall of O-Tar.
Each of these ships is a galeasse, and of the largest and swiftest