"There is no need to go and look at every jump
. Show me where we start and as near as possible the way we have to go, and tell me where we finish."
"Now, Pistache, my good dog, jump
the height of this cane for Madame de Montbazon."
sideways and tried to run in, but the wicked little dusty gray head lashed within a fraction of his shoulder, and he had to jump
over the body, and the head followed his heels close.
"What does it matter, after all?" cried Geppetto all at once, as he jumped
up from his chair.
Not with the smouldering, smothering, choking hysteria that still worked in the fox-terriers did he listen, nor with quivering of muscles and jumps
of over-wrought nerves, but coolly, composedly, as if no battle royal had just taken place and no rips of teeth and kicks of feet still burned and ached his body.
Therefore, if we cannot jump
over it, we must stop where we are."
But the third and merry one jumped
up and went into the wood till he found the rock hut.
Another could not jump
well--never COULD jump
well--did not believe he could jump
so far without long and patient practice.
All the men jumped
off of their horses and grabbed the hurt one and started to carry him to the store; and that minute the two boys started on the run.
He could not backbite, nor envy, nor prevaricate, nor jump
at mean motives for generous acts.
Hall had reappeared, the great jump
accomplished, and was running shoreward.
"Oh, have you not heard?" said the Fox; "there is going to be a great drought, so I jumped
down here in order to be sure to have water by me.