We are Bow Street runners, and we've got you for coining.
If you want to eat and drink, order the victuals at once," replied one of the runners, sulkily.
The revolver was fired, and the five runners
were off and away.
The old count's troyka, with Dimmler and his party, started forward, squeaking on its runners
as though freezing to the snow, its deep-toned bell clanging.
could quickly overtake them--they move slowly.
The good stallion took the sledge along at a brisk pace over the smooth-frozen road through the village, the runners
squeaking slightly as they went.
Only could be heard the sharp, jarring grate of the steel runners
over the hard surface and the creak of the straining sled.
In a sand-boat, which has runners
like a sled and sails like a ship.
After the two runners
he is the most important personage on the ground.
Matthewson's sled, loaded with a thousand pounds of flour, had been standing for a couple of hours, and in the intense cold (it was sixty below zero) the runners
had frozen fast to the hard-packed snow.
But the one behind followed after him, so that immediately there were three runners
, one after the other--namely, foremost the voluntary beggar, then Zarathustra, and thirdly, and hindmost, his shadow.
If you would like a little more of it, I could throw out a few lines and stays between my windows and yours, which the runners
would take to directly.