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Very few men have the power of wrist that this woman has.
My wrist was released, but his other arm, passed around my back, held both my arms so that I could not move.
But she made more ado over the sore wrist than Robin had received for all his former hurts put together.
For two hours under the instructions of the former the ape worked upon the knots that secured his friend's wrists.
With a bound he was upon his feet and at the same instant brought his other gun from his side and levelled it upon the man who had released him; but as his finger tightened upon the trigger Virginia Maxon sprang between them and grasping von Horn's wrist deflected the muzzle of the gun just as the cartridge exploded.
My wrist bled freely, and quite a little pool trickled on to the carpet.
Tom was just going to give it a hearty shake, when he saw a red mark on the wrist, and knew what made it.
But it does take minutes, and even I can remember shifting the electric torch from one hand to the other before the aperture was large enough to receive the hand and wrist of Raffles.
With ingenuous frankness he spoke of what a wicked, ill-disciplined boy he had been, and impulsively drew up his cuff to exhibit upon his wrist the scar from a saber cut which he had received in a duel outside of Paris when he was nineteen.
Boy, take his left hand by the wrist and bring it near to my right.
The Asturian, who went all doubled up and in silence with her hands before her feeling for her lover, encountered the arms of Don Quixote, who grasped her tightly by the wrist, and drawing her towards him, while she dared not utter a word, made her sit down on the bed.
Garn out o' this or I'll " He took a step forward with uplifted hand, but in an instant down came cut number three upon his wrist, and cut number five across his thigh, and cut number one full in the center of his rabbit-skin cap.