At that point, before Holiday Inn answered, the phreaker pressed abutton on his MF-er, which reproduced Bell’s 2600cycle whistle.
I didn’t see the television, but he pushed a button and a huge flat screen lowered from the ceiling in front of the massive stone fireplace.
She became frantic to undo the last buttons as he pressed into her mouth again and his hand slid over her breast.
Martin went to the phone in the room, punched the flashing line button, and immediately began screaming into the receiver.
He may need to find his collar button or even to point out the "missing" clothes that are lying in full view.
Now he texted and clicked the button that pulled Justbob and her economist onto the call.
Up Scrooge went, not caring a button for that.
Jennie touched the electric button to summon the maid, and Jeannette came.
I hit the phone button and looked at my watch.
When I read the first verse I thought I had an idea--The Mighty Merchant was a divinity who distributes blessings in return for virtuous deeds--but when I got to the second verse and found him twirling a button, it seemed a blasphemous supposition, and I hastily changed my mind.
Continuing the sermon, the preacher loosened the central button which graced the waistband of his pantaloons, and with a kick off came that easy-fitting garment.
She afterward invented several other buttons, and then invested in more, and then was taken into partnership with great factories.
I didn't hear the rising bell this morning, then I broke my shoestring while I was hurrying to dress and dropped my collar button down my neck.
A child renamed Padney Socks she shook with shocks her moneybox: counted his three free moneypenny buttons, one, tloo, tlee: a doll, a boy, a sailor she cast away: blond, born of two dark, she had blond ancestry, remote, a violation, Herr Hauptmann Hainau, Austrian army, proximate, a hallucination, lieutenant Mulvey, British navy.
Even Polly seemed impressed, for he called her a good girl, blessed her buttons, and begged her to "come and take a walk, dear", in his most affable tone.
There was only one thing that worried Benjamin Button; his wife had ceased to attract him.
She saw him stoop to the grass, pick up the winding lock which he had severed from her manifold tresses, twist it round his fingers, unfasten a button in the breast of his coat, and carefully put it inside.
Jie had taken off her shoes and socks and unbuttoned the top two buttons on her red blouse.
At this dismal intelligence, I twisted the only button on my waistcoat round and round, and looked in great depression at the fire.
I have forgotten,’ said Dora, still turning the button round and round, ‘what relation Agnes is to you, you dear bad boy.’
Some of the common sea-beasts traded brass buttons or a harmonica or the words to an unknown song to the old Coyote for beautiful, dangerous-looking shark teeth.
We can get you some garter-snakes, and you can tie some buttons on their tails, and let on they're rattlesnakes, and I reckon that 'll have to do."
thundered Mr. Button, his terror resolving into rage. “
She had, like a man, thrust in between two buttons of her bodice a tortoise-shell eyeglass.
The nurse regained control of herself, and threw Mr. Button a look of hearty contempt.
Stupid Dog,” he said, slicing a button off of Burwell’s coat with his cutlass. “
To dream of sewing bright shining buttons on a uniform, betokens to a young woman the warm affection of a fine looking and wealthy partner in marriage.
Dr. Corey joined them and selected the floor button.
She had seen the buttons, and was sure that they belonged to the clothes which he had worn last night.
It was in 1890 that he executed his famous business coup: he brought up the suggestion that all nails used in nailing up the boxes in which nails are shipped are the property of the shippee, a proposal which became a statute, was approved by Chief Justice Fossile, and saved Roger Button and Company, Wholesale Hardware, more than six hundred nails every year.
He peered from under his shaggy brows at the manuscript by his elbow and, muttering, began to prod the stiff buttons of the keyboard slowly, sometimes blowing as he screwed up the drum to erase an error.
All possess bachelor’s button discovered by Rualdus Columbus.
I quickly moved to relieve him of his jeans, popping open the buttons at his fly.
Then, the two nurses left the room, and had a lively scuffle on the staircase with a dissipated page who had waited at dinner, and who had clearly lost half his buttons at the gaming-table.
Any of you who wear modern waterproofs know the button that simply pushes together, and when you unbutton it you simply pull it apart.
She swung inside and jabbed the button to close the doors.
inquired Mr. Button, shifting his ground desperately.
His mother had worked for him as a birthday present a waistcoat of purple tabinet, with little foxes’ heads upon it, lined with brown satin and having round mulberry buttons.
Years ago a fan started handing out black-on-green BNF buttons at SF conventions; this confused the hacker contingent terribly.
Over her shoulders was thrown a Spanish mantilla of softest yellow, butterflied in black; her feet were glittering buttons at the hem of her bustled dress.
It's all over flowers and it's got pearl buttons.
I flicked the button on line three.
But a frantic inspection of the boys’ department revealed no suits to fit the new-born Button.
exclaimed Roger Button, “Why, I’ve just covered the question of lugs.”
When his son was dressed Mr. Button regarded him with depression.
But dash my buttons!
burst out Mr. Button frantically.
Jo sighed, and proceeded to burst the buttons off her glove, in doing up her cuff, but at last both were ready, and sailed away, looking as 'pretty as picters', Hannah said, as she hung out of the upper window to watch them.