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Later, they'd heard the rumble of thunder and then, just outside Rockfork, they ran into rain.
The man shoved him into the water, then ran past the cabana.
The enemy came looming around a bend in the trail and Matsuo took a hasty shot, then fled without knowing the result, ran until breath was a pain in his chest and his legs were rubbery.
Just then Charles Lever yelled, `` Hey, Jack '', from the quarry road which ran behind the Carter house, and Jack grabbed the lunch from the table and darted out the kitchen door, yelling `` Good-bye, Mom '' over his shoulder.
We quickly ran into the same trouble that plagued Bill Ruger in his first experiments: Three or four bullets would be placed well in a six-inch bull at 100 yards and then, unaccountably, one could stray far out of the group.
The game players saw the Air Force film Monday, ran for 30 minutes, then went in, while the reserves scrimmaged for 45 minutes.
And so the sun came up again and for a moment its color was the young men's blood, shifting then into the full heat and outcry which ran with their hearts.
Foster listened with angelic patience until Digby ran down, then said, `` Listen, junior, you're an angel now -- so forget it.
His grandson Aldo then ran the firm until his death in 1597.
Another possibility is that they ran up to the 200 meter-mark in broken ranks, and then reformed for the march into battle from there.
When Costas was first hired by NBC, Don Ohlmeyer, who at the time ran the network's sports division, told the then 28-year-old Costas that he looked like a 14-year-old ( a story that Costas would recite during an appearance on Late Night with Conan O ' Brien when O ' Brien commented about Costas ' apparent inability to " age " normally ).
Bogdanov was then involved with setting up Vpered, which ran the Capri Party School from August to December 1909.
Shot through his right elbow, the bullet then entering his chest as he ran from the paratroopers on Rossville Street.
Every sequence that ran off to infinity in the real line will then converge toin this compactification.
But it was then that Hume started his great historical work The History of England, which took fifteen years and ran over a million words, to be published in six volumes in the period between 1754 and 1762, while also involved with the Canongate Theatre.
The Sumida River ( then called the Great River, 大川 ), ran along the eastern edge of the city.
He was born and raised in Weston Favell, then a small village near the English town of Northampton in which Crick s father and uncle ran the family s boot and shoe factory.
" The article ran in an early edition and was then pulled to make space for news deemed more important.
The firearm was loaded through the muzzle with gunpowder, optionally some wadding and then a bullet ( usually a solid lead ball, but musketeers could shoot stones when they ran out of bullets ).
Gibraltar was a landing point of the long-range submarine cable that from Porthcurno, in the United Kingdom ran to Lisbon, Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria, Suez, Aden, Bombay, over land to the east coast of India, then on to Penang, Malacca, Singapore, Batavia ( current Jakarta ), to finally reach Darwin, Australia.
The neck pick-up was sent to one amp and set for a clean, bass-heavy tone, which then ran into two Ampeg V4b 215 cabs, while the bridge pick-up was sent to the other amp which was set with an exaggerated treble boost, and extra gain in the preamp and was sent into two Thiele 215 cabs.
The Jude Law Hamlet then moved to Broadway, and ran for 12 weeks at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York.
His father then sent him to live with an aunt, who ran a house of prostitution.
The Macdonalds initially lived with another family, but then resided over a store which Hugh Macdonald ran.
* " Her stories and novels are humanistic, while her deep concern for male-female ( even human-alien ) harmony ran counter to the developing segregate-the-sexes drive amongst feminist writers ; What her work brought to the genre was a blend of lyricism and inventiveness, as if some lyric poet had rewritten a number of clever SF standards and then passed them on to a psychoanalyst for final polish.

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He brought his Winchester in from the front of the house, then faced the boy.
She helped him with the dishes, then he brought more water in from the spring before it got dark.
Others, badly wounded, gripped hands in manes, knees in bellies, held on as long as possible and then, weak from ghastly wounds, slipped sideways, slowly, almost thoughtfully, to be broken under the slashing hoofs.
She was carrying a quirt, and she started to raise it, then let it fall again and dangle from her wrist.
She stood up, pulled the coat from her shoulders and started to slide it off, then let out a high-pitched scream and I let out a low-pitched, wobbling sound like a muffler blowing out.
The water in Thor's big swimming pool had been covered with a blanket of thick, foamy soapsuds -- fashioned, of course, from zing -- Joyce had dived from the board into the pool, then swirled and cavorted in her luxurious `` bath '' while cameras rolled.
And then came the water -- not rain, but solid sheets that sluiced down like water slopping from a bucket.
He swung toward the front to give the news to Hettie, then stopped, barred from her by the vehemence of her blame and hate.
After what seemed several seconds, the open mouth grew dark inside then blood began to ooze from it.
A woman's voice said, and then he heard a sort of wail from the man's wife.
Back in the house a hoodlum named Red Buck, sore because Billy had been allowed to leave unscathed, jumped from a bunk and swore he was going after him to kill him right then.
Since then, and since the pure grain had gotten him divorced from every decent -- and even indecent -- group from Greenwich Village to the Embarcadero, he had become a sucker-rolling freight-jumper.
The nation-state, then, exemplifies the principle of nationalism and exercises sovereignty: supreme power over domestic affairs and independence from outside control.
The natural world then, plus poetry and some kinds of art, receives from the most ordinary of Persians a great deal of attention.
even when the fences became a part of the game -- when a vine-embowered gate-post was the Sleeping Beauty's enchanted castle, or when Rapunzel let down her golden hair from beneath the crocketed spire, even then we paid little heed to those who went by on the path outside.
Shakespeare did not usually invent the incidents in his plays, but borrowed them from old stories, ballads, and plays, wove them together, and then breathed into them his spark of life.
But is that not like going to a chemistry laboratory and blindly pouring out liquids and powders from an array of bottles and then, after stirring, expecting a new wonder drug inevitably to result??
But that one should superimpose all these charts, run a pin through the common point, and then scale each planetary deferent larger and smaller ( to keep the epicycles from ' bumping ' ), this is contrary to any intention Ptolemy ever expresses.
( After graduation from the University of Chicago, Paula taught for two years in the normal school at Valley City, North Dakota, then two years at Princeton ( Illinois ) Township High School.
A year ago, when I met with you, the nation was emerging from an economic downturn, even though the signs of resurgent prosperity were not then sufficiently convincing to the doubtful.
I wouldn't hear from him for a couple of weeks, then he'd come around with the completed lyric ''.

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