The latter dodged behind a palm
trunk, counting the shots, and when the eighth had been fired he rushed in on the wounded man.
Wilson now entered upon a close survey of the palm
again, and his revelations began.
Sure, 'tis no beauty, but ye hold the palm
of me hand.
It had been his companion for twelve years, always standing on the same spot, always lending its handle to him in the early morning, so that its form had an expression for him of willing helpfulness, and the impress of its handle on his palm
gave a satisfaction mingled with that of having the fresh clear water.
And now, my readers, if ever I have any, I have brought you up the broad river, and through the screen of rushes, and down the green tunnel, and up the long slope of palm
trees, and through the bamboo brake, and across the plain of tree-ferns.
What he was continually looking at in the palm
of his right hand was nothing but his watch, the minute hand of which he appeared to be noting intently.
He opened the mouth of the purse and let a handful of the contents trickle into the palm
of his right hand-- all were pieces of good French gold.
His hands were symmetrically placed on the green silk quilt, the palms
Tarzan untied the thong which held the mouth of the leathern bag closed, and permitted the contents to trickle slowly forth into his open palm
Sabin from his seat behind a gigantic palm
watched her egress from the supper-room with a little group of friends.
It looks more like the tapering tail of an anaconda, than the broad palms
of the true whale's majestic flukes.
The compact round body of its root expands into two broad, firm, flat palms
or flukes, gradually shoaling away to less than an inch in thickness.