KNIFE


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Cooky's sharpening his knife for Hump," was being whispered about among the sailors, and some of them twitted him about it.
and the little girl drew forth a long knife, from a crack in the wall, and let it glide over the Reindeer's neck.
Why, the reward for the thief, and the other one for the knife.
After which he put the fatal knife in Potter's open right hand, and sat down on the dismantled coffin.
He flung himself on the arm which held the knife, crying: "Quasimodo
The other persons present, however, began to inquire where Silas meant to say that the knife was, but he would give no further explanation: he only said, "I am sore stricken; I can say nothing.
At the same instant the ape-man dropped from an overhanging limb full upon the lion's back and as he alighted he plunged his knife into the tawny side behind the left shoulder, tangled the fingers of his right hand in the long mane, buried his teeth in Numa's neck and wound his powerful legs about the beast's torso.
With this interjection, the knife descended on the puff, and it was in two, but the result was not satisfactory to Tom, for he still eyed the halves doubtfully.
Up went the hunting knife, and then the woman turned to one side and soon a guttural "ah" proclaimed that her search had at last been successful.
He rather neglected his knife for the moment in his greater desire to get his hands on me.
In the girdle she carried a long, jeweled knife, and in her hand a slender wand in lieu of a bludgeon.
Gogoomy have long knife one hand, and Kwaque's head in other hand.