Two days later a special detective was speeding southward; and though Roswell Holmes had left Fort Laramie and gone about his other affairs long before the result was known, and long before the slow-moving wheels of Wyoming and military justice had rolled the two later culprits before the courts, it was his name that came up for renewed applause and enthusiastic praise when the telegraph brought to the commanding officer the news that a "rich haul!"
you hear him mutter to himself; and then comes a savage haul, and away goes your side.
These burglars made a considerable haul at Sydenham a fortnight ago.
How could Theron have known that Camon would undermine the job itself, rather than wait and try and steal the entire haul from the convoy?
At last, having long waited in vain, he laid aside his flute, and casting his net into the sea, made an excellent haul of fish.
I suspect Blindsight was a tough haul for both of us: shitloads of essential theory threatened to overwhelm the story, not to mention the problem of generating reader investment in a cast of characters who were less cuddlesome than usual.
For a long moment the young man stood half way down the bank, gazing at the bay furrowed with the coming and going of sailboats, yacht-launches, fishing-craft and the trailing black coal-barges hauled by noisy tugs.