"Anyway," she added triumphantly, "we know there isn't dynamite in it or we'd have been blown to bits long ago.
He's grilling the life out of half a dozen men in the chamber, where he found the dynamite on top of the powder instead of under it.
The dog laid the dynamite at his master's feet at the moment when it exploded.
The greater part of the visible damage to the forts, some distance outside the town, was done by the dynamite of the retreating army.
Put a stick of dynamite under some sugar, attached a battery wire to it, an' when she was licking up the sugar touched it off.
" "With a flashlight?" asked Blake, wondering whether the captain depended on scaring those who would dare to plant a charge of dynamite near the great dam.
" Pleased with himself and his reputation, urged by hunger and the desire to make good on his claim so that he might have the little home he instinctively craved, Casey pulled the gas lever down another eighth of an inchwhen he was already using more than he shouldand nearly bounced his dynamite off the seat when he lurched over a sandy hummock and down on to the smooth floor of the lake.
I'll wager he'd rather see a stick of dynamite than a marshal.
He suspected that a hailstone had played a joke on him, but his chief emotion was one of self-congratulation because he had prudently stored the dynamite around a shoulder of the canyon from where he camped.
They had enough dynamite with them to blow the house up.
Mamie saw him spring from log to log, and then, holding the dynamite between his teeth, with the spluttering fuse still attached, follow his master.
The cedars swallowed her up. Racey with careful caution stuffed the dynamite down the hole and into the offset.
"You can use dynamite for all I care.
About midnight Racey Dawson removed himself, his horse, and his dynamite from the hollow on the hill to where a lone pine grew almost directly in the rear of and two hundred yards from the residence of Luke Tweezy.