As soon as the rope was tied, the Expedition moved forward with that alacrity which the thirst for vengeance usually inspires.
I watched the rope gliding down the hill, and presently when I was all fixed for triumph I was confronted by a bitter disappointment; there was no guide tied to the rope, it was only a very indignant old black ram.
After leaving the ram tied to the rope, he had wandered at large a while, and then happened to run across a cow.
And the men went early to bed, Bill first seeing to it that the dogs were tied
out of gnawing- reach of one another.
Clip-on ties - which are permanently tied
and attach to the front of the shirt with a clip behind the knot - are already an established part of the uniform at Caludon Castle School and Barrs Hill School.
4 : to hold back from freedom of action <Obligations tied
A tying conspiracy exists when a firm that sells both the tying and tied
products agrees with a competing firm that sells the same products that each will impose a tying requirement on its customers.
Ireland-based Simon Thornton, from Brighouse, posted 76 and was tied
on 74th at the same course in the South of the country.
who will attend UCLA this fall as a freshman, tied
for second overall at 3-under 137.
TIE: When you look around the world, with the exception of the Europeans, everybody else is tied
to the dollar.
COLIN MONTGOMERIE: Tied
3rd BMW International (August).
A good knot holds tightly, may be tied
quickly, and be untied easily.