In another minute the captain was disarmed.
"The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz" by Frank Fowler
Those she would unwittingly have robbed were disarmed by soft eyes and the appeal of dimples.
"The Guests Of Hercules" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
The 8th and 11th Battalions have been disarmed on suspicion of being reactionary.
"The Insurrection in Paris" by An Englishman: Davy
All disarmed, and the Lieutenant had their weapons.
"Civilization" by Ellen Newbold La Motte
The patience and moderation of the Government will gradually disarm these men.
"Home Rule" by Harold Spender
There is no power like shame to disarm the spirit.
"Riders of the Silences" by John Frederick
Mrs. Macklin had a motherly-looking smile on her face which for some unknown reason she was aiming at me in a disarming manner.
"Highways in Hiding" by George Oliver Smith
We'll disarm them, too.
"The Galaxy Primes" by Edward Elmer Smith
There is something very disarming about the Twins' misdemeanours.
"The Right Stuff" by Ian Hay
The convention for disarming did not extend to her, nor did she disarm.
"The Writings of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
Seeing himself thus suddenly disarmed, the Lancer Colonel springs back shouting loudly for help.
"The Lone Ranche" by Captain Mayne Reid
It is secured to the wrist by a leathern strap, so that the hunter cannot by any accident be disarmed.
"Great African Travellers" by W.H.G. Kingston
Well, as a mark of his gratitude, he taught me all he knew, and, especially, how to disarm an opponent.
"Ernest Bracebridge" by William H. G. Kingston
The ill temper of the mate was disarmed for the moment.
"My First Voyage to Southern Seas" by W.H.G. Kingston
She'll disarm Miss Horn at once.
"The Golden Shoemaker" by J. W. Keyworth
It fell to my lot to take the criminal to task, but he disarmed me by a mere turn of the hand.
"Recollections" by David Christie Murray
Venice was by no means in a disarming state of decrepitude.
"The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1" by Henry Baerlein
The boy had leaped forward, and, with one skillful kick, disarmed his foe by knocking the weapon out of his hand.
"Frank Merriwell Down South" by Burt L. Standish
By way of putting matters in a business-like shape, Deerfoot called to Hay-uta to keep his gun at a level, while he disarmed the prisoner.
"Footprints in the Forest" by Edward Sylvester Ellis
Every white company has been disarmed and disbanded by our scallawag Governor.
"The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon
The God disarm'd, e'er since that Day
Passes his Life in harmless Play;
Flies round, or sits upon her Breast,
A little, flutt'ring, idle Guest.
"Love Disarmed" by Matthew Prior
Who trusts in God, no weeping fears,
No wasting cares his soul disarm;
When killing droughts bring famined years,
He trusts in God and smiles at harm.
"Trust In God" by Janet Hamilton
Take up thy spear, and rise to fight my foes,
With it, their long-extended ranks oppose,
Blast their vain schemes, their hostile bands disarm,
Nor suffer them to do me any harm.
"A Prayer, Against The Oppression Of One's Foe. " by Rees Prichard
Music, all powerful o'er the human mind,
Can still each mental storm, each tumult calm,
Soothe anxious care on sleepless couch reclined,
And e'en fierce Anger's furious rage disarm.
"Music" by Henry Kirke White
Britain Her Safety to your Guidance owns,
That She can sep'rate Parricides from Sons;
That, impious Rage disarm'd, She lives and Reigns,
Her Freedom kept by Him, who broke Her Chains.
"Presented To The King, At His Arrival In Holland, After The Discovery Of The Conspiracy. 1696" by Matthew Prior
Christ, the fiend must disarm, that possesses each mind,
And in gyves the incroaching invader must bind;
He thence must eject him, tho' loth to depart,
And garrison keep his ownself in each heart.
"Another Piece Of Advice To Sinners To Come To Christ" by Rees Prichard
Francheska Velez, who had disarmed bombs in Iraq, was pregnant and headed home.
Superintendent who disarmed gunman is hailed as a hero.
Three men and a woman were instrumental in disarming and tackling the man suspected of killing six and injuring 14 in Tucson during a political event for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, according to Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik.
The crisis in the Middle East boils down to a very basic issue: whether Hezbollah is disarmed , former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told FOX News Wednesday.
Even hardened generals and policymakers, he wrote in an e-mail to a friend Sunday, were disarmed by a beautiful "spitfire of disorganization" who badgered and begged for their help.
Inheriting the Trade is Tom DeWolf's powerful and disarmingly honest memoir of the journey in which ten family members retraced the steps of their ancestors and uncovered the hidden history of New England.
Russia's minister for foreign affairs emphasized that "the possibilities for disarming Iraq through political means do exist" and said that his nation was in favor of "continuing and strengthening the inspections activities.".
One of the city's most disarmingly personal spots is Joule , which resembles a petite Continental café that just happens to serve both esoteric sparkling sakes and Korean kimchi.
The majority of state governors are Republicans, and they have the power to disarm the health-care law.
He cited "delays" in the formation of the army and police and the failure to disarm and integrate former rebels.
West African peacekeepers in Liberia moved into a fortress today, disarming fighters linked to a failed coup.
Obama's talk of rising above partisan politics in Washington never meant he was going to unilaterally disarm.
President Bush outlined his case against the regime of Saddam Hussein and called on the Iraqi leader to disarm in a speech to the American people Monday night.
Even at her most outrageous, the edgy comic's disarming, Betty Boop/ Betty Rubble voice intentionally softens that edge.
Democrats Should Think Twice Before Disarming the Filibuster.