Then he seated himself again, adjusted his false head
, and said:
As quick as lightning the man's head
shot forward and his neck stretched out until the top of the head
, where it was flat, struck the Scarecrow in the middle and sent him tumbling, over and over, down the hill.
The two sofas were now bound firmly together with ropes and clothes-lines, and then Nick Chopper fastened the Gump's head
to one end.
But you also shall have a fox's head
if you can prove you're as clever as Button-Bright."
"Drive to the Duchess of B 's," she said, and then after a pause, "Are you never going to get those horses' heads
Don Quixote was amazed at the virtue and property of the head
, and was inclined to disbelieve Don Antonio; but seeing what a short time he had to wait to test the matter, he did not choose to say anything except that he thanked him for having revealed to him so mighty a secret.
The players all played at once without waiting for turns, quarrelling all the while, and fighting for the hedgehogs; and in a very short time the Queen was in a furious passion, and went stamping about, and shouting `Off with his head
!' or `Off with her head
!' about once in a minute.
It was a woman's head
, and he had never heard of a Chinese woman in the history of the Solomons.
The recoil of the butt into the pit of the man's stomach had not been the most sanguinary result, for the charge of shot, at a distance of a yard, had blown the head
of one of the debaters into nothingness.
The trophies of both these her husband always bore about on his head
and face; for if ever human head
did by its horns display the amorous glories of a wife, Zekiel's did; nor did his well-scratched face less denote her talents (or rather talons) of a different kind.
"Tell the white man there's pearl shell in some lagoon infested by ten-thousand howling cannibals, and he'll head
there all by his lonely, with half a dozen kanaka divers and a tin alarm clock for chronometer, all packed like sardines on a commodious, five-ton ketch.
There she lay trembling for some time, not even daring to raise her head
and look about.