In one, the cow-buffaloes stood with their calves in the center, and glared and pawed, ready, if a wolf would only stay still, to charge
down and trample the life out of him.
Now we shall charge
you nothing on our own account; but suffer us to make use of this in aiding my good friend.
I have said enough in answer to the charge
of Meletus: any elaborate defence is unnecessary, but I know only too well how many are the enmities which I have incurred, and this is what will be my destruction if I am destroyed;--not Meletus, nor yet Anytus, but the envy and detraction of the world, which has been the death of many good men, and will probably be the death of many more; there is no danger of my being the last of them.
It was the usual charge
for an assault and battery on the person of Hiram Doolittle, and was couched in the ancient language of such instruments, especial care having been taken by the scribe not to omit the name of a single offensive weapon known to the law.
With which I have been given in charge
As Carthoris was not mounted, I slipped from the back of my own mount and took my place at his side to meet the charge
of the howling devils bearing down upon us.
In other towns in Italy the people lie around quietly and wait for you to ask them a question or do some overt act that can be charged for--but in Annunciation they have lost even that fragment of delicacy; they seize a lady's shawl from a chair and hand it to her and charge
a penny; they open a carriage door, and charge
for it--shut it when you get out, and charge
for it; they help you to take off a duster--two cents; brush your clothes and make them worse than they were before--two cents; smile upon you--two cents; bow, with a lick-spittle smirk, hat in hand-- two cents; they volunteer all information, such as that the mules will arrive presently--two cents--warm day, sir--two cents--take you four hours to make the ascent--two cents.
In his desire to take guitar lessons he applied to one of his young masters to teach him, but the young man, not having much faith in the ability of the slave to master the guitar at his age, sought to discourage him by telling him: "Uncle Jake, I will give you guitar lessons; but, Jake, I will have to charge
you three dollars for the first lesson, two dollars for the second lesson, and one dollar for the third lesson.
This was the brilliant charge
of the Horse Guards that amazed the French themselves.
Then it turned to charge
once more; but this time Carthoris saw but a single gleaming point of fiery hate directed upon him.
Had Tarzan been famished he would, doubtless, have stood his ground and met the lion's charge
She shrank close to the man and clung to him and all unarmed and defenseless as he was, the Englishman pushed her behind him and shielding her with his body, stood squarely in the face of the panther's charge