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W/WWall to Wall
W/WWire Wrap (electronics)
W/WWeight to Weight
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They struck it with their feet, urging it about the room from wall to wall; pushed and overthrew one another in their struggles to kick it; cursed and screamed and sang snatches of ribald songs as the battered head bounded about the room as if in terror and trying to escape.
The old boys ran from wall to wall while the new boys tried to catch them: when one was seized and the mystic words said--one, two, three, and a pig for me--he became a prisoner and, turning sides, helped to catch those who were still free.
"Retreating into the shadows of a doorway she awaited the coming of the cavalcade which shortly entered the avenue, breaking its formation and thronging the thoroughfare from wall to wall. As the head of the procession passed us the lesser moon swung clear of the overhanging roofs and lit up the scene with all the brilliancy of her wondrous light.
Adam would sometimes get up and tread backwards and forwards along the short space from wall to wall; then he would sit down and hide his face, and no sound would be heard but the ticking of the watch on the table, or the falling of a cinder from the fire which the schoolmaster carefully tended.
On this occasion she was so much disturbed in mind as to find it necessary to open the bedroom door, and make a course for herself, comprising the full extent of the bedrooms from wall to wall; and while Mr.
"We've no time to lose." And I looked wildly from wall to wall, only to find them as barren and inaccessible on this side as on the other.
The mighty spans extended from wall to wall leaving the vast floor unbroken by a single column.
A big lamp hung down from the center of the ceiling and, together with a fine log fire, illuminated a large and lofty room, with rafters running from wall to wall, a floor of red tiles, and a substantial fireplace built up of those narrow red bricks which were said to be five hundred years old.
At one end of the room a stout pole about two inches in diameter ran horizontally from wall to wall some six or seven feet from the floor, its ends securely set in two of the columns.
No sleep was there: the inmate was walking restlessly from wall to wall; and again and again he sighed while I listened.
If you want to apply you'll need to visit the Wall to Wall casting website, where full details of the requirements can be found.
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, which runs the hospital, has posted an appeal for families who might want to get involved to get in touch with Wall to Wall.