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And the head popped back again; and we heard no more, for the time, of these six very faint-hearted seamen.
I am going to follow," he said, and his eyes nearly popped out of his head as he shuffled along in the wake of the herd.
According to some stories, she was in the habit of boiling old people in a large caldron, under pretense of making them young again; but King Aegeus, I suppose, did not fancy such an uncomfortable way of growing young, or perhaps was contented to be old, and therefore would never let himself be popped into the caldron.
I turned my back on him while he popped in and out.
A cascade of Oddities, chips of broken comb, scale, fluff, and grubs slid out, crackled, sizzled, popped a little, and then the flames roared up and consumed all that fuel.
Private Dormer popped his head out of his blanket and gazed at the glory below and around.
cried I; for the black neck of a bottle had popped out of the basket.
What if we popped off to Rome to-morrow--straight to the Vyses' hotel?
At last it popped into her head, 'The dog is not shut up--he may be running away with the steak; that's well thought of.
As he stood wondering whether he should go to the fence and look over, or simply accept the phenomenon as one of those things which no fellow can understand, there popped up before him the head and shoulders of a girl.
If his eyes had gone wide when he thought that I was a Holy Thern, they fairly popped now that he knew that I was John Carter.