And he said that between the rats and the snakes and the grindstone there warn't no room in bed for him, skasely; and when there was, a body couldn't sleep, it was so lively, and it was always lively, he said, because THEY never all slept at one time, but took turn
about, so when the snakes was asleep the rats was on deck, and when the rats turned in the snakes come on watch, so he always had one gang under him, in his way, and t'other gang having a circus over him, and if he got up to hunt a new place the spiders would take a chance at him as he crossed over.
In this element, three members of each team took turns
as they presented the recycled projects accomplished by the team.
Kalei Mau, Aby Marano and Ara Galang took turns
in piling up the points for the Cargo Movers, who remained on top of the heap with a 3-0 record.
The game ended up being an alternate take on Russian roulette as each of them took turns
with a revolver loaded with a single bullet.
Several devotees dressed as Jesus took turns
carrying the heavy cross.
Almasara Cyd Tuantildeo-Amador took turns
serving as officer-in-charge during Espenilla's absence.
In their stylish suits and in the company of their families, the players took turns
to show to the world some of the best outfits you'd ever see.
The body guards of Vajpayee on Friday stood in queue, away from cameras and crowd, and took turns
to silently offer their homage to the departed leader.
ABBOTTABAD -- PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) took turns
ruling this country "in the name of the Charter of Democracy".
ABBOTTABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People's Party (PPP) took turns
ruling this country 'in the name of the Charter of Democracy'.
After years of development and testing, the flight launched from Dubai in March 2015, and two pilots, Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard, took turns
The panelists took turns
in covering topics including immigration, the economy, employment and the NHS during the hour long event, with both guests taking questions from the audience of Newcastle Sixth Form College students.