23:032:004 The heart also of the rash shall understand knowledge, and the tongue of the stammerers shall be ready to speak plainly.
Nash—travel only by night.
Every now and then Angel would fling the lash of his whip round one of these, pluck it off, and give it to his companion.
Finally the connecting door gave, but with such a crash that I knew those outside must have heard.
The spell of darkness, doubly black after the flash, seemed like an eternity to Donald.
There are proceedings of such a delicate nature that it is well to overwhelm them with coarseness and make them unrecognizable; there are actions of love and of an extravagant magnanimity after which nothing can be wiser than to take a stick and thrash the witness soundly: one thereby obscures his recollection.
Comely, and fair, and gentle of aspect, He seem’d, but on one brow a gash was mark’d.
He would “trash” the place.
It was a wanton smash-up.
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The waves generously rise and dash angrily, taking sides with all water-fowl, and our sportsmen must beat a retreat to town and shop and unfinished jobs.
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It was like a splash of cold water in the face, cutting through the accumulating dust of despair.
"I will take my oath of that," said Sancho; "they would have given him a slash that would have slit him down from top to toe like a pomegranate or a ripe melon; they were likely fellows to put up with jokes of that sort!
Kelsier stepped out onto the street, pulled his hood up against the still-falling ash, then led the way across the street.
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Say, how would it be, governor, if I was to bash in your jaw?
The cash would still be worth something in an hour.
One was my interview with Singleton; the other was my curious and depressing clash with Elsa Lee, on the deck that night.
She turned away from the window, looking over at Ashe, who hovered above the seat beside her.
Rough manners and harsh characters were well known to them, but the brash, insulting spirit of this Wolf was startling.
The CACHE had been found and rifled; the seven hundred thousand pounds were gone!
“THE TEETH MUST GNASH!”
The fracture was an old one (for its edges were incrusted with rust), and had apparently been accomplished by the blow of a hammer, which had partially imbedded, in the top of the bottom sash, the head portion of the nail.