No one, no one in the next room, no one to turn
the tap, no one to turn
Sometimes zero does not turn
up for two hundred rounds in succession.
Instead, he turned
and retreated toward the main body of gorilla-men.
?" he demanded, ere half her brief application had left her lips.
Again he faced the notice and read it through, and doubtless would have turned
off again to ruminate upon it had not the sailor grasped him roughly by the collar and howled into his ear.
Nancy made a sudden queer little sound with her mouth--but when Pollyanna turned
, her head was in the trunk again.
He lifted the latch, and turned
into the bright bar or kitchen on the right hand, where the less lofty customers of the house were in the habit of assembling, the parlour on the left being reserved for the more select society in which Squire Cass frequently enjoyed the double pleasure of conviviality and condescension.
A twig from a tree near caught her cloak; she turned
petulantly, broke it off, and threw it on the ground.
To my astonishment and horror her head went high, and as a look of utter contempt touched her finely chiseled features she turned
her back full upon me.
Montgomery's movement to follow me released my attention, and I turned
and looked about me at the flush deck of the little schooner.
It was far down the afternoon; and when all the spearings of the crimson fight were done: and floating in the lovely sunset sea and sky, sun and whale both stilly died together; then, such a sweetness and such plaintiveness, such inwreathing orisons curled up in that rosy air, that it almost seemed as if far over from the deep green convent valleys of the Manilla isles, the Spanish land-breeze, wantonly turned
sailor, had gone to sea, freighted with these vesper hymns.
At long intervals, the warning cry of a belated gondolier was just audible, as he turned
the corner of a distant canal, and called to invisible boats which might be approaching him in the darkness.