CRAWL


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CRAWLChildren Resolution and Women Learning Society (Calcutta, India)
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After I had signified my assent, Toby, without uttering a a single word, crawled along the dripping ledge until he gained a point from whence he could just reach one of the largest of the pendant roots; he shook it--it quivered in his grasp, and when he let it go it twanged in the air like a strong, wire sharply struck.
They're dying rats, dying of starvation, when they crawl along that rope.
Then he drank the pot of water, steaming hot, wound his watch, and crawled between his blankets.
"I have done my best to rise, but I shall try again, and if you will try possibly each of us can crawl halfway, and then you shall have your `winnings.'"
mind and look sharp after me the next time.' Then they ran at once to the place, and poked the ends of their sticks into the mouse-hole, but all in vain; Tom only crawled farther and farther in; and at last it became quite dark, so that they were forced to go their way without their prize, as sulky as could be.
This put me in a great fear, and I crawled under cover of the nearest live-oak and squatted there, hearkening, as silent as a mouse.
Then had the serpent crawled into his throat-- there had it bitten itself fast.
Her blade sank once more into naked flesh and once more a head rolled free and crawled away.
When I felt reasonably sure that they had gone for a while at least I crawled from my hiding-place and at the risk of a broken neck leaped and scrambled to the spot where their canoe was moored.
I crawled out almost immediately, and crouched, my feet still in the water, under a clump of furze.
"As for that, we dragonettes would love to eat you, my child; but unfortunately mother has tied all our tails around the rocks at the back of our individual caves, so that we can not crawl out to get you.
Always, in the beginning, before his conscious life dawned, he had crawled toward the mouth of the cave.