I should rather have elected economics than French, but I didn't dare, because I was afraid that unless I re-elected French, the Professor would not let me pass--as it was, I just managed to squeeze through the June examination.
Rocks may be squeezed into new forms, bent, contorted, and ----.
Think of all that must have been squeezed out, deformed, reshaped by the time the renovations were through.
Meanwhile Raskolnikov had squeezed in and stooped closer over him.
He turns the corner and finds himselfsqueezed up against the wall between the baggage reclaim office and acrowd of drunken Belgian tractor-drag fans, while his left goggle istrying to urgently tell him something about the railway infrastructureof Columbia.
Another squeeze of the trigger and I was coasting towards the snowscape.
The Pinkertons were close behind, but they were all squeezed down into the incredibly narrow confines of the alleyway, and no one could really run or move faster than a desperate shuffle.
A Mouse, supposing him to be food, leaped upon him, and was instantly caught and squeezed to death.
So the silly girl cut off her great toe, and thus squeezed on the shoe, and went to the king’s son.
By then, three boys had fastened themselves to his arm and forced it down so that the gun was aiming into the meat of his old thigh, and the .22 slug he squeezed off drilled itself into the big femur before flattening on the shattered bone, spreading out like a lead coin.
Giving the bellows a mighty squeeze for emphasis, a shower of sparks shot off of the forge onto the stone floor directly in front of Colonel Snart.
Each was being squeezed by the same system.
But Luzhin was already leaving without finishing his speech, squeezing between the table and the chair; Razumihin got up this time to let him pass.
After another and a final squeeze with both arms, she got down from the cart and ran away; and, my belief is, and has always been, without a solitary button on her gown.
With a smiling face and a heart of marble, he will squeeze and squeeze until he has drained them dry.
I dreamed, I thought, that once while he was blowing into this dismal flute, the old woman of the house, who had gone nearer and nearer to him in her ecstatic admiration, leaned over the back of his chair and gave him an affectionate squeeze round the neck, which stopped his playing for a moment.
"That's a rather interesting proposition," he said, and two men holding a ten-foot-long tray filled with round tin lunchpails squeezed past him, knocking him into Jie. "
He gave my hand a squeeze before following the little girl to do her bidding.
If, then, observations are made in accord with certain notions, the plastic material is easily molded, excrescences and unevenness are squeezed away, lacun<ae> are filled up, and if it is at all possible, the adaptation is completed easily.