The steel rod connecting
the spring with the propeller was suddenly jerked out of place, at the car end, (by a swaying of the car through some movement of one of the two seamen we had taken up,) and in an instant hung dangling out of reach, from the pivot of the axis of the screw.
Washish squashish squeak, Sinbad, hey-diddle diddle, grunt unt grumble, hiss, fiss, whiss,' said he to me, one day after dinner- but I beg a thousand pardons, I had forgotten that your majesty is not conversant with the dialect of the Cock-neighs (so the man-animals were called; I presume because their language formed the connecting
link between that of the horse and that of the rooster).
But happily, either Anne was improved in plumpness and looks, or Lady Russell fancied her so; and Anne, in receiving her compliments on the occasion, had the amusement of connecting
them with the silent admiration of her cousin, and of hoping that she was to be blessed with a second spring of youth and beauty.
When we reached the other end--the wide window, inveterately closed, connecting
with the balcony that overhung the canal-- I suggested that we should remain there, as she would see the doctor arrive still better.
To lie in wait for me now would mean that the creature had appreciated what had happened to me, and this in turn would argue some power connecting
cause and effect.
I saw then that the unusually forlorn and stunted look of the house was partly due to the loss of what is known in New England as the "L": that long deep-roofed adjunct usually built at right angles to the main house, and connecting
it, by way of storerooms and tool-house, with the wood-shed and cow-barn.
Why, Esther," said he, breaking into a smile, "our visitor and you are the two last persons on earth I should have thought of connecting
The Carrion Caves consist of a series of twenty-seven connecting
chambers, and present the appearance of having been eroded by running water in some far-gone age when a mighty river found its way to the south through this single breach in the barrier of rock and ice that hems the country of the pole.
I am sorry for it; but, at last, we have succeeded in connecting
the explorations from the east with those from the north; and we must not complain.
Never mind," said the young man to the comte, who silently, and with his finger, had made him understand the route of D'Artagnan; "we must confess that there is a Providence always occupied in connecting
our destiny with that of M.
At that time there were no through trains connecting
that part of West Virginia with eastern Virginia.
If Kutuzov decided to abandon the road connecting
him with the troops arriving from Russia, he would have to march with no road into unknown parts of the Bohemian mountains, defending himself against superior forces of the enemy and abandoning all hope of a junction with Buxhowden.