Tantor wrapped his trunk about the body of Korak and the stake to which it was bound
, and tore it from the ground.
as he was, his glance was powerless to drive away those flies which were stinging his wound.
A few inches from her was the open doorway of the structure, and beyond, farther down the village street, the blacks were congregating about the prisoners, who were already being bound
to the stakes.
Remained awake, as dawn paled the dark, only the grievously wounded or the too-tightly bound
, and the decrepit ancient who was not so old as Bashti.
Instead, and along with the rest, they were scattered on board sailing ships bound
for the four quarters of the globe, where they had been placed by the boarding-house masters, and where they were working out advance money which they had neither seen nor spent.
Instantly the horse rolls over with a heavy shock, and whilst struggling on the ground, the Gaucho, holding the lazo tight, makes a circle, so as to catch one of the hind legs just beneath the fetlock, and draws it close to the two front legs: he then hitches the lazo, so that the three are bound
Bukawai propped Tarzan against a tree and bound
him there with his own grass rope, leaving his hands free but securing the knots in such a way that the ape-man could not reach them.
Hoseason, the captain's mother, had come some years before to live; and whether outward or inward bound
, the Covenant was never suffered to go by that place by day, without a gun fired and colours shown.
My future hopes and prospects are entirely bound
up in the expectation of our union.
On being informed that the steamer was bound
to Rotterdam, the spokesman of the party expressed the greatest surprise and distress at the mistake which he and his two friends had made.
With the seven Spaniards came one of the three savages, who, as I said, were their prisoners formerly; and with them also came the savage whom the Englishmen had left bound
hand and foot at the tree; for it seems they came that way, saw the slaughter of the seven men, and unbound the eighth, and brought him along with them; where, however, they were obliged to bind again, as they had the two others who were left when the third ran away.
For which reason others endeavour to procure other riches and other property, and rightly, for there are other riches and property in nature; and these are the proper objects of economy: while trade only procures money, not by all means, but by the exchange of it, and for that purpose it is this which it is chiefly employed about, for money is the first principle and the end of trade; nor are there any bounds
to be set to what is thereby acquired.