I mustered all my will force, bellowed fiercely, and landed a final concussive blow.
As early as 1928, when there seemed a possibility of uniting China, with the exception of Manchuria, which was dominated by Japan, and when the European powers began more and more to support Chiang Kai-shek, Japan felt that her interests in North China were threatened, and landed troops in Shantung.
Southern Ocean Fisheries in 2005-06 landed 128,081 metric tons, of which 83% (106,591 tons) was krill (Euphausia superba) and 9.7% (12,364 tons) Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides), compared to 147,506 tons in 2004-05 of which 86% (127,035 tons) was krill and 8% (11,821 tons) Patagonian toothfish (estimated fishing from the area covered by the Convention of the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), which extends slightly beyond the Southern Ocean area).
One night, notice was given throughout Crafthole, that a smuggler was off the coast, ready to land her cargo; on which the male population of the place—nearly all smugglers—made for the shore.
We pounded along, stopped, landed soldiers; went on, landed custom-house clerks to levy toll in what looked like a God-forsaken wilderness, with a tin shed and a flag-pole lost in it; landed more soldiers--to take care of the custom-house clerks, presumably.
AN ATTEMPT IN ORANGE CULTURE Going back to a brother in New York, I tried to land a job, but, of course, in such a state of mind, I could not.
To avoid this misfortune, I divided what I had left me into two parts, landed estate and ready money.
It wouldn't do any good to land yonder where the light is--it's only a wood-yard.
"Put back, eh, and land yer right in his arms.
The storm winds shattered my raft, and when I strove to land the waves overwhelmed me and dashed me against great rocks in a desolate place.
I landed Sir Walter at his house in Queen Anneâs Gate punctually by half-past eleven.
Upon the rent of rich lands the tythe may sometimes be a tax of no more than one-fifth part, or four shillings in the pound; whereas upon that of poorer lands, it may sometimes be a tax of one half, or of ten shillings in the pound.
Their wagers were framed on business lines: only one horse could win and they were taking hundreds on half a dozen or more; if an outsider came to the rescue they would land thousands--with one exception--this was Tearaway.
At last, somehow or other, it does get up, and you land the things.
He had landed the thief in the first four.
I went across-channel to France, and landed theer, as if I’d fell down from the sky.’
To-morrow we will give thee a ship and an escort, and we will land thee in Ithaka, thine own country.'
There was no means of landing the stores.
He was well known as a plunger, and had landed some big stakes; occasionally he was hard hit, but so far the balance had been on the right side.
And then, just as I was landing the shirt, I noticed that it was not my shirt at all, but George’s, which I had mistaken for mine; whereupon the humour of the thing struck me for the first time, and I began to laugh.
But she had invented the idea of giving the game's soundtrack its own AI, capable of upping the drama-quotient in the music when momentous things were afoot, and that holistic view of gameplay had landed her a seat in Command Central.
“We understand that this casting is not intuitive at first blush,” he said, noting that Beck was not the first choice, landing the role only after actress Ellen Merlow dropped the role to take on a television series. “
Through the darkness of the night those good gray steeds, flitting like ghosts along the shore, have come speeding down the Platte to land their riders first at the goal, and once here, and satisfied by scrutiny of the south entrance to the ford that no Indian pony has appeared within the last twenty-four hours, Terry has posted his lookouts on the ridge, and then, having hoppled and "half-lariated" his horses, has cautioned the men to rest on their arms and not to throw off belt or spur. "
So anyhow Terry brought the three pints Joe was standing and begob the sight nearly left my eyes when I saw him land out a quid.
Justbob howled like a wounded dog and fell back, landing a hard punch in her attacker's groin as she fell back.
“In the first place, that is a considerable admission, and in the second place, one of the above was a peasant, and the other two were both landed proprietors!”
Our vessel being come to a port on the main land in the Indies, we touched there, and not being willing to venture by sea to Bussorah, I landed my proportion of the ivory, resolving to proceed on my journey by land.
To the gathering of notables, a summoned assembly of leading men, Calonne propounded a scheme for a subsidy to be levied upon all landed property.
Frisky won comfortably, started at ten to one, and Hector landed a hundred pounds.
At what port would she land?
All crimesagainst the state, are punished here with the utmost severity; but,if the person accused makes his innocence plainly to appear uponhis trial, the accuser is immediately put to an ignominious death;and out of his goods or lands the innocent person is quadruplyrecompensed for the loss of his time, for the danger he underwent,for the hardship of his imprisonment, and for all the charges hehas been at in making his defence; or, if that fund be deficient,it is largely supplied by the crown.
Now remember: to-morrow evening will be time enough for you to land your party at Fort Russell.
The salesman was out of practice in handling a gun but it was great fun, and the upshot of it all was that he "landed" the order he wanted.
On a more serious level, there wereattempts to reprogram switches to land opponents with astronomical phone bills;there was one instance of breaking into a credit bureau to destroy a gangmember’s credit rating.
Picton indulged Frisco with the lead until half a mile from home, when he sent Pitcher forward, had a slight tussle with Frisco, then forged ahead and landed the odds by ten lengths amidst great cheering.
Advantages attending a perfect freedom of, to landed nations, according to the present agricultural system of political economy in France, 278.
And very soon afterwards, when Mrs. Rawdon Crawley made her appearance at Gaunt House, the porter who unbarred the gates, the servants of all uniforms in the hall, the functionaries in white waistcoats, who bawled out from landing to landing the names of Colonel and Mrs. Rawdon Crawley, knew about her, or fancied they did.
The teaching, big or little, could not have landed Mina or me anywhere worse than we are to-day.
Isaias saith, That, in their own land, each one must be clad In twofold vesture; and their proper lands this delicious life.
Or had some unseen ship indeed landed a legion of unknown outsiders on that hellish reef?
After a brisk exchange of courtesies during which a smart upper cut of the military man brought blood freely from his opponent’s mouth the lamb suddenly waded in all over his man and landed a terrific left to Battling Bennett’s stomach, flooring him flat.
I might land the launch over to some boat-builder or repairer, with directions to make a trifling change in her.
The prince, to save his guides trouble, bade them land the jeweller at his house, naming the place.
How Jeannie Bruce blushed and bloomed when the ambulance finally landed Mr. Hatton at her side, and he took his limping but blissful daily walk in her society!
Anybody can come in and say, “Oh, I caught fifteen dozen perch yesterday evening;” or “Last Monday I landed a gudgeon, weighing eighteen pounds, and measuring three feet from the tip to the tail.”
It was the work of one brutal moment to land the beautiful girl on the rock; she was too proud to offer a vain resistance.
What would be his civic functions and social status among the county families and landed gentry?
Every foot of ground between the spot where Hook had landed his forces and the home under the trees was stealthily examined by braves wearing their mocassins with the heels in front.
Then suddenly he hauled something in as a fisherman lands a fish--some large, round object which obscured the light as it was dragged through the open casement.
Here lands female and male, Here the heir-ship and heiress-ship of the world, here the flame of materials, Here spirituality the translatress, the openly-avow'd, The ever-tending, the finale of visible forms, The satisfier, after due long-waiting now advancing, Yes here comes my mistress the soul.