Poor Ferko ate up the scrap
of bread they had left him and wept bitterly, but no one heard him or came to his help.
He punched on, with his left hand only, and as he punched, doggedly, only half-conscious, as from a remote distance he heard murmurs of fear in the gangs, and one who said with shaking voice: "This ain't a scrap
We can put anything we like in the scrap
book department," I explained, "but all the other contributions must be original, and all must have the name of the writer signed to them, except the personals.
Bumble was very far from being) by the strange man's violence; 'but she clutched my gown, violently, with one hand, which was partly closed; and when I saw that she was dead, and so removed the hand by force, I found it clasped a scrap
of dirty paper.
It was easy to find the key belonging to the outer door, for each was labelled on a scrap
of yellow parchment.
In the office he wore also a linen duster with huge pockets into which he continually stuffed scraps
And this reminds me that certain Englishmen, who long ago were accidentally left in Greenland by a whaling vessel --that these men actually lived for several months on the mouldy scraps
of whales which had been left ashore after trying out the blubber.
Shere Khan was always crossing his path in the jungle, for as Akela grew older and feebler the lame tiger had come to be great friends with the younger wolves of the Pack, who followed him for scraps
, a thing Akela would never have allowed if he had dared to push his authority to the proper bounds.
I couldn't respect such a bundle of scraps
under any circumstances.
But what all England did not know De Vac had gleaned from scraps
of conversation dropped in the armory: that Henry was even now negotiating with the leaders of foreign mercenaries, and with Louis IX of France, for a sufficient force of knights and menat-arms to wage a relentless war upon his own barons that he might effectively put a stop to all future interference by them with the royal prerogative of the Plantagenets to misrule England.
Jackson promised to knock Ah Moy's block off if he did not feed the puppy well, while Sigurd Halvorsen, in the forecastle, did his best to knock off Henrik Gjertsen's block when the latter was guilty of kicking Scraps
out of his way.
To fill up a work with these scraps
may, indeed, be considered as a downright cheat on the learned world, who are by such means imposed upon to buy a second time, in fragments and by retail, what they have already in gross, if not in their memories, upon their shelves; and it is still more cruel upon the illiterate, who are drawn in to pay for what is of no manner of use to them.