She arose, and bowing her stiff, lofty bow
, she went away, stopping for neither, thanks nor applause.
When within a few yards of the cover, he fitted an arrow to his bow
with the utmost care, while the antlers moved, as if their owner snuffed an enemy in the tainted air.
Now, Locksley,'' said Prince John to the bold yeoman, with a bitter smile, ``wilt thou try conclusions with Hubert, or wilt thou yield up bow
, baldric, and quiver, to the Provost of the sports?
As soon as his right arm received thew and sinew he learned to draw the long bow
and speed a true arrow.
recognise the bow
which, in fact, he had not seen; and to bring about a recognition by this means that the expectation A would recognise the bow
is false inference.
As Bertuccio, with a respectful bow
, was moving away, the count called him back.
Minerva now put it in Penelope's mind to make the suitors try their skill with the bow
and with the iron axes, in contest among themselves, as a means of bringing about their destruction.
Yes, madame, here I have a right to do so, for it concerns Monsieur d'Artagnan d'Artagnan," he repeated, in such a manner as to bow
the regal brow with recollections of the weak and erring woman.
If I put an end to your enemy, will you bow
down to me and obey me as King of the Forest?
Then the countryman rejoiced at his good luck, and said, 'I like many things better than money: first, I will have a bow
that will bring down everything I shoot at; secondly, a fiddle that will set everyone dancing that hears me play upon it; and thirdly, I should like that everyone should grant what I ask.
In other towns in Italy the people lie around quietly and wait for you to ask them a question or do some overt act that can be charged for--but in Annunciation they have lost even that fragment of delicacy; they seize a lady's shawl from a chair and hand it to her and charge a penny; they open a carriage door, and charge for it--shut it when you get out, and charge for it; they help you to take off a duster--two cents; brush your clothes and make them worse than they were before--two cents; smile upon you--two cents; bow
, with a lick-spittle smirk, hat in hand-- two cents; they volunteer all information, such as that the mules will arrive presently--two cents--warm day, sir--two cents--take you four hours to make the ascent--two cents.
At his back his bow
, and in the quiver upon his shield many slim, straight arrows, well smeared with the thick, dark, tarry substance that rendered deadly their tiniest needle prick.