Other scorers gave Speaker a clean home run and it is not far out of the way to say that he deserved the benefit of the doubt.
I had "nursed" my buffaloes, as a billiard-player does the balls when he makes a big run.
Before the end of the evening Aylmer had arranged to take the Ottleys to see a play that was having a run.
He stole more bases than any other player of the league, and was also the best run getter--that is to say, scored more runs than any other player.
The Bostons got this run back in the last half of the fifth.
"What's to prevent his running away?"
He had been keeping the run of my position; he missed the three thousand dollars, paper; and in his view, I had stolen thirty dollars, currency.
The Po at the points where Hancock's corps crossed runs nearly due east.
Montgomery stayed on board and when the tug returned with coal they hove anchor and began the long run to Las Palmas.
When he wanted to fill his bath, he had only to stop the run with his hand, and it poured over the sides into it; so that Tibbie was to be henceforth relieved of a great labour, while Willie's eyes were to be delighted with the vision, and his ears with the sounds of the water scampering through his room.
And we started a song; "Run nigger run, the petlo' catch you, run nigger run, its almost day."
Anyone breaking a winder 'as to retire, mend the winder, and 'is side loses ten runs."
Notice finally the naturalness and lift of the sinewy idioms ("I fetched another run," "I had no clothes to shift me," "I had like to have suffered a second shipwreck," "It wanted but a little that all my cargo had slipped off").
Herewith I wish to prophecy that henceforth I shall enjoy an unbroken run of good fortune.
He brought Lancelot his breakfast before hunting, described the run to him when he returned, read him to sleep, told him stories of grizzly bear and buffalo-hunts, made him laugh in spite of himself at extempore comic medleys, kept his tables covered with flowers from the conservatory, warmed his chocolate, and even his bed.
And Joab said, Wherefore wilt thou run, my son, seeing that thou hast no tidings ready?
I have never seen Little Gray run, and therefore don't know what he can do;" at the same time he was confident that his horse would come in the winner, as he had chosen an excellent rider for him.
There is plenty of sun, but North slopes provide good runs near the village as well as on the Parsenn.
The side valleys, Fluela, Dischma and Sertig, all offer innumerable good runs to the energetic runner who does not object to climbing, and there are endless Nursery slopes.
On this morning the buffaloes were very accommodating, and I soon had them running in a beautiful circle, when I dropped them thick and fast, until I had killed thirty-eight; which finished my run.
Tesreau, however, under a new rule which classifies pitchers by earned runs, easily led the league.
Followed by Edi and Ritz she continued her run.
Perhaps you'll be saying that dandy two-bagger you whanged out, that brought in the winning run, was also an accident?"
It is not the place for Ski-ers who only want a short run between lunch and tea.
You allowed you might try a run on board an English ship before you went back?"
There is no question that cleanliness and fresh air may be considered as minor aids to goodness, and a dangerous outbreak of insubordination may sometimes be averted by hastily suggesting to the little rebel a run in the garden, prefaced by a thorough application of cool water to the flushed face and little clenched hands; while self-respect may often be restored by the donning of a clean apron.
There is a good Ski map showing all the runs round Davos, but the Ordnance Map should be used as well.
"Remember the run of rotten luck you had that year in Cincinnati, when the ponies was runnin' at Latonia?"
Play easy bass runs and chord accompaniments for guitar; pick style.
They carried Bayley all the way, and then Oaks went home with him, and Allingford walked back, and so, of course, they missed half the run.
Many a serving-man by reason of this opportunity and importunity inveigles his master's daughter, many a gallant loves a dowdy, many a gentleman runs upon his wife's maids; many ladies dote upon their men, as the queen in Ariosto did upon the dwarf, many matches are so made in haste, and they are compelled as it were by necessity so to love, which had they been free, come in company of others, seen that variety which many places afford, or compared them to a third, would never have looked one upon another.
It often happens that the whale starts afresh, when line must be permitted to run out anew; this process of "hauling in" and "letting run" being often renewed several times at the taking of a single fish.
He knew the run of the rambling old place so well.
At first it looked as if they meant to knock off the runs, for Strachan forced the game from the first ball, which was Psmith's, and which he hit into the pavilion.
FOREBODING SHIVERS RAN OVER ME; REALITY OUTRAN APPREHENSIONS.
Already the bay was beginning to feel the run, and Marianne reluctantly drew down to the long lope which is the favorite gait of the cowpony.
"Mahs' Junius he say to Miss Rob that he lub her better'n his own skin, or de clouds in de sky, or de flowers in de fiel' wot perish, an' dat de udder man he done cut an' run, an' would she be Miss Junius all de res' ob der libes foreber an' eber, amen?"
We got a slant of wind yesterday afternoon, and going on 5 hours we converted our wretched morning run of 3 1/2 miles into something over 9.
If the fore part of the vessel is barred to Warder Gaydon he has been allowed a free run of the remainder of it.
"You wrap up warm an' run out an' play you," said Martha.
In the one the world is thought of as a clock, which once wound up runs on mechanically, in the second it is likened to a piece of music which the composer himself recites.
Barum, Barum, Barum, Barum, Barum, Barum, Baree, You're booked to ride your capping race to-day at Coulterlee, You're booked to ride Vindictive, for all the world to see, To keep him straight, to keep him first, and win the run for me.
He sent his call after them, bidding them watch a real horse run, then overtook them in one dizzy burst of sprinting.
"I can scarcely walk, much less run."
Thus Manuel and his wife came uneventfully to August; all the while there was never a more decorous or more thoughtful hostess than Queen Freydis; and nobody would have suspected that sorcery underlay the running of her household.
A rich man is infinitely more affected at the misfortune of his neighbour, who, by the failure of a banker with whom he had trusted the greater part of his fortune;--by an unlucky run at play,--or by other losses, is reduced to a state of affluence, to the necessity of laying down his carriage;-- leaving the town;--and retiring into the country upon a few hundreds a-year;--than by the total ruin of the industrious tradesman over the way, who is dragged to prison, and his numerous family of young and helpless children left to starve.
Kapor had been a devotee of the Whole Earth Catalogsince the beginning, and treasured a complete run of the magazine.
Turn head and stop pursuit; for coward dogs Most spend their mouths when what they seem to threaten Runs far before them.
The use of any one article of either class as a measure of value tends in the long-run to injustice either towards creditors or debtors.