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Therefore the good fighter will be terrible in his onset, and prompt in his decision.
With them he pushed off; and, after much weary pulling, and many perilous, unsuccessful onsets, he at last succeeded in getting one iron fast.
Hook, scarcely his inferior in brilliancy, but not quite so nimble in wrist play, forced him back by the weight of his onset, hoping suddenly to end all with a favourite thrust, taught him long ago by Barbecue at Rio; but to his astonishment he found this thrust turned aside again and again.
The fifth and only Huron disengaged at the first onset had paused a moment, and then seeing that all around him were employed in the deadly strife, he had sought, with hellish vengeance, to complete the baffled work of revenge.
I have never seen you in battle until now, but you are daring beyond all others if you abide my onset. Woe to those fathers whose sons face my might.
Meanwhile, Stubb retaining his place in the van, still encouraged his men to the onset, all the while puffing the smoke from his mouth.
He attacked like an angry lion, but he was met by a tap on the mouth from the button of the licentiate's sword that checked him in the midst of his furious onset, and made him kiss it as if it were a relic, though not as devoutly as relics are and ought to he kissed.
In this moment of imminent peril, a Pierced-nose chief, named Blue John by the whites, offered to approach secretly with a small, but chosen band, through a defile which led to the encampment of the enemy, and, by a sudden onset, to drive off the horses.
There is surely no greater wisdom, than well to time the beginnings, and onsets, of things.
It is estimated that there are approximately 1 million patients with epilepsy in Japan, and although onset occurs at any age, onset is most common in people aged 18 and younger and the elderly.
Abubakar Mashi explained that, 'the predicted 2019 onset of the growing season is likely to be delayed in most part of the country as a result of the El Nino signal'.
The following data were collected on each patient: demographic variables, age at onset, age at diagnosis, organ involvement, management protocols, and HLA-B51 test results.