No long interval elapsed: before, however, the appointed day came, he died of some disease; and when the tribunes of the people endeavoured to put a stop
They stayed a day with Mollie's aunt, a rain preventing comfortable progress, and when it cleared they went on to Hightown, where they stopped
If an owl screeches, turn the pocket of your apron inside out, tie a knot in your apron string, and he will stop.
I don't know how it is..." She stopped.
If the brass block be set in the middle of the link, no motion is communicated to it, and the valve being consequently kept stationary and covering both ports, the engine stops.
The young man gathered his things together in readiness to leave the train at the next stop.
I understand that very recently the Kennel Club has received communications from various high officials of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, threatening to place the matter of dog racing in Nome before Congress, with the hope of having these cruel racing contests stopped.
Simon: Hurry on or I won't stop.
He was gallant, brave, generous, magnanimous, and patriotic,--the model of a gentleman, the impersonation of chivalry, the charm of his friends, the idol of his army, the glory of his country; but there his virtues stopped.
The horse stopped.
It had been a fine house and was a beautiful place to stop.
ses the other, stopping.
As we were passing a German outpost a sentry ran into the road and signalled us to stop.
After a comfortable breakfast, served in the car, Mr. Fogg and his partners had just resumed whist, when a violent whistling was heard, and the train stopped.
He is one of Longman's best hands, and can give you the best account of The Trade as 'tis now going; or stopping.
"So you're the man--" she began, and stopped.
That night we ran into Zema station, where we came to a sudden stop.
I am mixed up with this...." She stopped.
Now I must stop.
It rained almost without stopping.
When I begin to pray I have so much to thank Him for, that I hardly know how to stop.
Suddenly she stopped.
When I had gone four or five miles, fatigue compelled me to stop.
Isn't it splendid that there is really no Place Called Stop?
I know the minute she's through working on muscle and starts working on her nerve, and when that time comes, I stop.
In a few minutes the poor beast dropped dead; he had given no sign of injury until we came to a stop.
Make them stop.
The President had some holes dug and some walls built; having reached that point, about two years after the interview above recorded he suddenly drew off the few laborers still employed, and matters came to a dead stop.
The SLISH, SLISH of the paddle stopped.
It was nearly sunset when we moved away from the top of the Vermilion Pit, but we had not gone ten paces when we stopped.
Wading through the flood of sunlight which poured into the passage-way----But stop!
Before the ancient Abbey a gun carriage, bearing the flag-draped casket of an unidentified warrior, came to rest on the very spot where the gilded coach of the proud King once had stopped.
Then they would go to the hotel, never the best, where they were stopping.
Then another two should begin as soon as the first two should stop.
When the conical pinions are thrown out of gear, the motive force is no longer applied to the axle, and by the aid of the brakes the engine may be instantly stopped.
Work is stopped.
I think the only thing that keeps her from--from joining father is the feeling that, if she were to go, the family income would stop.
Whether on the road by day, or in the night where they stopped?
The carriage stopped, as I said; but instead of inquiring the way, the driver alighted, and all the occupants of the carriage proceeded to do the same,--eight women, with baskets and sundries.
They looked buck, and saw that Rollo's father was beckoning them to stop.
"There's a question I should like to ask," she said quickly, and then stopped.
If we get started, we'll never stop.
Then I stopped.
Come, the full stop.
Chapter XI For the first few months after Mercy went away, Stephen seemed to himself to be like an automaton, which had been wound up to go through certain movements for a certain length of time, and could by no possibility stop.
and the horse stopped.
Somebody ought to make him stop!
On the plummet touching bottom, the tension in the cable between it and the anchor-chamber is lessened, and the windlass mentioned stops.