She was the hind that you and your companions chased; she was the woman that you found in the clearing with the barrel
, and the old hag that we just now killed in the cave.
He pushed it in front of him with his paws, like a brewer's man trundling a barrel
One of them took his gun by the barrel
, and used it as he would a club.
The officer had followed the brilliant train in the air; he endeavored to precipitate himself upon the barrel
and tear out the match before it reached the powder it contained.
I maka da kids worka da pole an' da hub an' da barrel
Lind me a hand," he said to Hans, with whose assistance he managed to mount the barrel
I suppose he went under the barrel
, perhaps in pursuit of a mouse, and somehow knocked it off the block and so imprisoned himself.
On the dog raced through sawdust and shavings, down an alley, round a passage, between two wood-piles, and finally, with a triumphant yelp, sprang upon a large barrel
which still stood upon the hand-trolley on which it had been brought.
But there weren't any black things in the last missionary barrel
, only a lady's velvet basque which Deacon Carr's wife said wasn't suitable for me at all; besides, it had white spots--worn, you know--on both elbows, and some other places.
I had the biggest magazine of all kinds now that ever was laid up, I believe, for one man: but I was not satisfied still, for while the ship sat upright in that posture, I thought I ought to get everything out of her that I could; so every day at low water I went on board, and brought away something or other; but particularly the third time I went I brought away as much of the rigging as I could, as also all the small ropes and rope-twine I could get, with a piece of spare canvas, which was to mend the sails upon occasion, and the barrel
of wet gunpowder.
Apart from the name upon the barrel
, the idea had occurred to me.
On all sides he beheld vast store of apples: some hanging in oppressive opulence on the trees; some gathered into baskets and barrels
for the market; others heaped up in rich piles for the cider-press.