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Afar to my right, within the sky, there burnt a gigantic ring of dull-red fire, from the outer edge of which were projected huge, writhing flames, darted and jagged.
Feeling excited, and wondering to where it could lead, I laid my gun on the floor, and, sticking the candle in the trigger guard, took the ring in both hands, and pulled.
The sun had ceased to have the appearance of a tail; and now rose and seta tremendous globe of a glowing copper-bronze hue; in parts ringed with blood-red bands; in others, with the dusky ones, that I have already mentioned.
He had just, by way of a finishing touch, expended nearly half a penny bottle of red ink in a somewhat exaggerated reproduction of the fiery hue of Noaks's nose, when the bell rang for afternoon school, and the bombardment had to be postponed until the following day.
" He laid the ring on the table, not too near Arthur, not within reach of his hand, but close enough for him to see it.
It was a glorious sound in the old forests, the music of those two hounds, as their voices rang out bold and free, like a bugle, and went, ringing through the forest, echoing among the mountains and dying away over the lakes.
It was a little after nine when there was a ring at the hall door.
Louis drew his ring from Evadne's finger and laid her hand in that of his friend.
" As he spoke, Dalton gave back the ring to the Duke, who received it with his usual grace.
Presently a thunderbolt crashes through the crisp air, ringing like steel on steel, sharp and clear, its startling detonation breaking into a spray of echoes against the cliffs and cañon walls.
"In fact, we just ran rings around them.
The speed of the planets, appeared to increase; and, presently, I was watching the sun, all ringed about with hair-like circles of different colored firethe paths of the planets, hurtling at mighty speed, about the central flame.... "...
"There is just as much gold in thy ring as sufficeth to gild handsomely a like superficies of brass, which is not saying much.
The question as to who had dropped the ring into the casket if Arthur had notthe innocent children, the grieving servantswas latent, of course, in every breast, but it had not yet reached the point demanding expression.
He was the first to call attention to the neglected beauties of those great Elizabethans, Webster, Marlowe, Ford, Dekker, Massinger,no longer accounted mere "mushrooms that sprang up in a ring under the great oak of Arden."
Here at least a tone of confidence rang in the Sergeant's voice.
LAKE STAKE KING A beautiful variety of the bench-top lakes occurs just where the great lateral moraines of the main glaciers have been shoved forward in outswelling concentric rings by small residual tributary glaciers.
In general, rapidly grown wood (less than eight rings per inch) is relatively weak.
Lord Nick was suddenly close; he had paused; his voice rang over the street and struck upon Donnegan's ear as sounds come under water.
For the branch above though it bends will never break; And close by my side rings out the voice of my matemy lover; Oh, the days are long, and the days are brightand Summer will last forever.
A cry rang down the Canal Grande from the gondoliers of the Ca' Giustiniani, who were waiting this sign to start their own train from the palazzo; for the bridal gondolas were coming in sight, with felzi of damask, rose, and blue, embroidered with emblems of the Giustiniani, bearing the noble maidens who had been chosen for the household of the Lady Marina, each flower-like and charming under her gauzy veil of tenderest coloring.
He heard the bell of dinner ring without stirring; and when some of us pulled out our private storesour cold meat and our saladshe produced none, and seemed to want none.
Again I must quote one of our soldiers: 'I don't say', he remarked, 'that our average can run rings round their best; what I say is that our average is better than their average, and our best is better than their best.'
I was so beset with shame for my seeming ingratitude, that I was forced to send the ring after him.
And the court-room rang with derisive laughter.