[permalink] [id link]
Page "adventure" ¶ 695
from Brown Corpus
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

They and were
They crawled through the north fence and came on toward him, and now he saw that both were young, not more than nineteen or twenty.
They were dirty, their clothes were torn, and the girl was so exhausted that she fell when she was still twenty feet from the front door.
They were running from something.
They were a pair of lost, whipped kids, Morgan thought as he went to bed.
They passed ranches that were framed dark gray against the black hills.
They were tethered, army style, on stable lines.
They bawled questions that were not answered in the uproar.
They were about a mile off ; ;
They weren't sleeping, of course, but they thought they were doing him a favor by pretending.
They expected greater things from him, regardless of how trying the circumstances, and they were disappointed.
They were going to town, and they were both excited.
They were free.
They were in a fight, outweighed in both numbers and money.
They were sitting on their heels, rider-fashion, over by the still empty calf wagon.
They were considering it gravely, neither seeming to like what he planned.
They were silent for a little while, each looking glum.
They were all good men.
`` They were supposed to meet Thor at nine PM for a conference concerning the ad campaign for their soap, a new angle based on this SX-21 stuff ''.
They were married over the week-end, though he was easily sixty and she could not have been even thirty.
They were west of the Sabine, but only God knew where.
They were engulfed by the weird silence, broken only by the low, angry murmur of the river.
They were already swollen to bursting.

They and headed
They headed in that direction and, at San Juan Capistrano By-the-Sea came upon Barco sitting in the quaint old Spanish Mission Drive-in, eating a hot tamale.
They then headed south down the coast of Attica, en route to complete the final objective of the campaign — to punish Athens.
They continued, however, to function in all respects ( rule, clothing and policy ) as an autonomous branch of the Teutonic Order, headed by their own Master ( himself de jure subject to the Teutonic Order's Grand Master ).
They soon headed back to the Rio Grande after briefly occupying San Antonio.
They would be headed by a master of the hunt, who might be styled mir-shikar.
They then headed to Chicago to hide out.
They are headed by the Secretary to the Delegates, who serves as OUP's chief executive and as its major representative on other university bodies.
They inspected Japanese military bases at Nagasaki, Kobe and Kyoto, then headed to India via Shanghai, Hong Kong, Java and Singapore, reaching Calcutta in January 1906.
They headed to Port Arthur in different cars, going different routes.
They were both scuttled by their crews the next morning, the Admiral Nakhimoff off Tsushima Island, where she headed while taking on water.
They agreed to part ways, with Barentsz continuing northeast, while Rijp headed due north.
They withdrew from the banks of the Suzhou River, and headed for Nanking.
They meant by this that those lands belonged to the Shoshone tribe headed by a man whose name was Inyo.
They had used Erawan, more commonly known as " The three headed elephant ", as their Royal Flag.
They were in a position to support these directions to their flock since they had access to funds, to power in the community and to a well-developed underground movement headed by a prominent Protestant minister, Leendert Overduin ( Yad Vashem ).
They were financed by the Kansas Society of Milwaukee which was headed by E. D. Holton.
They headed for higher ground which meant St. Claude Avenue ( closer to the Mississippi River ) in Arabi and the Kaiser Aluminum plant in Chalmette.
They then headed west by oxcart, getting as far as the place where Valders now stands.
They continued, however, to function in all respects ( rule, clothing and policy ) as an autonomous branch of the Teutonic Order, headed by their own Master ( himself de jure subject to the Teutonic Order's Grand Master ).
They headed a force of four transport ships ( Houston, Río Escondido, Caribe and Atlántico ) carrying about 1, 400 Cuban exile ground troops of Brigade 2506, plus tanks and other vehicles in the landing craft.
They became the dōjō Shirakawa family, which headed the Jingi-kan for centuries, responsible for the centralized aspects of Shinto.
They headed for Suva, Fiji, away, taking 34 hours 30 minutes ( 91. 45mph ).
They then headed south to find a shortcut along the Pai River, so that they might ascend into the mountains once more.
They soon found a trolley that could take them back to their rooms, however that particular trolley was headed in the opposite direction.

0.214 seconds.