ENGINE


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A fire engine was enshrined in his heart as an appalling thing that he loved with a distant dog-like devotion.
If so, he is own brother to the engine he rides upon!"
From the engine room companionway came the engineer and stockers, and together we leaped after the balance of the crew and into the hand-to-hand fight that was covering the wet deck with red blood.
It may not stop the engine. In any case, it will be worse presently.
At his right hand is the midships engine lever ready to be thrown into gear at a moment's notice.
That she had dropped into the last coma which would end in death, if the air supply remained unreplenished, I well knew, and so, throwing caution to the winds, I flung overboard everything but the engine and compass, even to my ornaments, and lying on my belly along the deck with one hand on the steering wheel and the other pushing the speed lever to its last notch I split the thin air of dying Mars with the speed of a meteor.
I see only a coincidence of occurrences such as happens with all the phenomena of life, and I see that however much and however carefully I observe the hands of the watch, and the valves and wheels of the engine, and the oak, I shall not discover the cause of the bells ringing, the engine moving, or of the winds of spring.
"True," replied the president; "but we will overcome that, for the force of impulsion will depend on the length of the engine and the powder employed, the latter being limited only by the resisting power of the former.
Finest engine we've got on the line, and the best driver.
He often builds his largest men of war, whereof some are nine feet long, in the woods where the timber grows, and has them carried on these engines three or four hundred yards to the sea.
The stranger became silent and seemed overcome with sadness, but another blast from the whistle of the passenger engine aroused him.
One engine only at full speed, drawing a triumphal carriage, had the right of traveling for those four days on the railroads of the United States.