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Monsieur d'Artagnan," cried the latter; "give way, give way
cried the companions of Menneville, at first terrified, but soon recovering, when they found they had only to do with two men.
Sir," cried the groom, "they have traversed six leagues and have only been unsaddled half an hour.
Give me a red rose," she cried, "and I will sing you my sweetest song.
I kin remember when she weared worsted boots an' her two feets was no bigger dan yer t'umb an' she weared worsted boots, Miss Smith," she cried, raising her streaming eyes.
Ay, marry, for I saw it all," cried she, panting as the hare pants when it has escaped the hounds, "and I fear he is wounded sore, for one smote him main shrewdly i' the crown.
All very well, Roger Harcomb," cried a burly, bull-necked young man, whose square shoulders and massive limbs told of exceptional personal strength.
Speak, John Carter, Prince of Helium," cried a great noble from the audience, and the multitude echoed his permission, until the building rocked with the noise of their demonstration.
But the sparrow began to flutter about, and stretch out her neck and cried, 'Carter
But observe," cried D'Artagnan, "that there is a woman in the affair--a woman carried off, a woman who is doubtless threatened, tortured perhaps, and all because she is faithful to her mistress.
cried Michel Ardan, feeling a terrible pang of grief.
Peter," she cried, clutching him, "you don't mean to tell me that there is a fairy in this room