THRUST


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THRUSTThundering Herd of Robots Using Student Thinking (FIRST Team name)
THRUSTTsunami Hazard Reduction Using Systems Technology
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So saying the honest but implacable scout made the circuit of the dead, into whose senseless bosoms he thrust his long knife, with as much coolness as though they had been so many brute carcasses.
He was soon streaming blood from a half dozen minor wounds, but I could not obtain an opening to deliver an effective thrust.
I ran up to her, seized her hand, opened it, thrust something in it and closed it again.
And without losing a minute, thinking he saw an opening, he thrust his right in and forced Mordaunt to parry a counter en quarte so fine that the point of the weapon might have turned within a wedding ring.
A middle-aged widow, when nobody else was near, thrust her head a little way into the recess, and vowed that the young fellow looked charming in his sleep.
She had thrust it there after filling it with tobacco, but without stooping to light it at the hearth, where indeed there was no appearance of a fire having been kindled that morning.
They tore it away and thrust it fiercely aside, its undulations resembling those of a water snake.
The king's cavaliers, in whose midst Phoebus de Châteaupers bore himself valiantly, gave no quarter, and the slash of the sword disposed of those who escaped the thrust of the lance.
And he thrust his hand into his pouch for money to pay his score.
With his hand on his saddlebow, he was ready to dismount and stab the wolf, when she suddenly thrust her head up from among that mass of dogs, and then her forepaws were on the edge of the gully.
He had meant everything to turn out differently; and others had thrust themselves into his life and thwarted his purposes.
Tiny holes punctured in the baggy throats into which our heads were thrust permitted us to see well enough to guide our progress.