They could now fly strongly, though they still kicked far too much; but if they saw a cloud in front of them, the more they tried to avoid it, the more certainly did they bump
"By the time the bump on my forehead had swelled as big as a nut, our aprons were half full, and we sat down to enjoy ourselves.
"Down rushed Debby to find me dancing about the kitchen with a great bump on my forehead, a big spoon in my hand, and a pair of bright purple feet.
The tail was formed by a small branch that had been left on the log, while the head was a gnarled bump
on one end of the body.
The bottle fly bumped
once again against its invisible prison wall in the silence that ensued.
He's getting great bumps
over his eyes, and learning to ask the most unanswerable questions."
Suddenly I began to slide, and I went faster and faster until at last I bumped
on the ground, at the very end.
Five minutes afterwards, George said, "Ah!" too, and threw his plate out on the bank; and, three minutes later than that, Montmorency gave the first sign of contentment he had exhibited since we had started, and rolled over on his side, and spread his legs out; and then I said, "Ah!" and bent my head back, and bumped it against one of the hoops, but I did not mind it.
There was a brief struggle, followed by two heavy bumps on the floor, and then a rather doleful voice said:
What time, the mail-coach lumbered, jolted, rattled, and bumped
upon its tedious way, with its three fellow-inscrutables inside.
in Bridgend have long been a topic of conversation for residents in the town.
After taking his oath to become one of the judicial branch's top officers on Monday, Zalameda posed for a picture with Duterte, Cabinet officials - presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo; Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea; and newly appointed Budget Acting Secretary Wendel Avisado, and Duterte long-time aide and Senator Christopher 'Bong' Go doing the President's signature fist bump