It was thought best to divide their forces and try different trapping grounds
. While Dripps went in one direction, Vanderburgh, with about fifty men, proceeded in another.
Tom listened with the profoundest respect to this chapter of accidents, and followed East across the level ground
till they came to a sort of gigantic gallows of two poles, eighteen feet high, fixed upright in the ground
some fourteen feet apart, with a cross-bar running from one to the other at the height of ten feet or thereabouts.
After all, the only mission of a seaman's calling is to keep ships' keels off the ground
. Thus the moment of her stranding takes away from him every excuse for his continued existence.
which can be abandoned but is hard to re-occupy is called entangling.
He shed the arrows on to the ground
at his feet and said, "The mighty contest is at an end.
Without a word of explanation the warriors seized the young officer and threw him to the ground
upon his face.
I suppose the suspense of the reader is now painful, and therefore I shall say at once that David won the match with two lovely fours, the one over my head and the other to leg all along the ground
. When I came back from fielding this last ball I found him embracing his bat, and to my sour congratulations he could at first reply only with hysterical sounds.
And only have opening and windows towards the garden; and be level upon the floor, no whit sunken under ground
, to avoid all dampishness.
These immense creatures can go over a great deal of ground
, and, from one day to another, are found at enormous distances from there they were last seen, like the whales, whose mass and speed they rival.
"The fences are fastened to heavy oaken posts only three feet apart, and these posts are sunk five feet in the ground
He fell heavily to the ground
, and the spear stuck in his heart, which still beat, and made the butt-end of the spear quiver till dread Mars put an end to his life.
I gave a loud, shrill neigh for help; again and again I neighed, pawing the ground
impatiently, and tossing my head to get the rein loose.