Kelly's woodbox happened to be a convenient place for directing the floaters and the repeaters.
"The Conflict" by David Graham Phillips
Can I call on big stock-jobbers and company floaters like this?
"The Gold Trail" by Harold Bindloss
The floater under him churned a little, but there was no noise.
"Unwise Child" by Gordon Randall Garrett
It is as a floater that he excels in water sports; he rides the waves more lightly and gracefully than any other creature.
"Days Off" by Henry Van Dyke
But the influx of tourists and "floaters" had indicated to him a less arduous form of labor.
"Roosevelt in the Bad Lands" by Hermann Hagedorn
And now Lawrence expected him to do the same thing, and sent up a floater that looked good for a home run.
"The Boy Scout Fire Fighters" by Robert Maitland
There's many a man picked up along the coast as a 'floater' that nobody knows how he drowned.
"El Diablo" by Brayton Norton
At that instant her floater began to bob fiercely up and down.
"Dorothy's Triumph" by Evelyn Raymond
His Floater had burnt out while still sufficiently distant from surface to have the fall stun him.
"Youth" by Isaac Asimov
One might call her a social floater, and not be far out of the way either.
"The Spiritualists and the Detectives" by Allan Pinkerton
I parked my floater beside the house that had sheltered Kron as long as I had known him.
"To Choke an Ocean" by Jesse F. (Jesse Franklin) Bone
High in the sky, he could see one of the silent floaters keeping its vigil over the Idaho.
"The Lost Warship" by Robert Moore Williams
After a while I escaped from the company-floaters because I knew I could not understand them, and ran up a hill.
"From Sea to Sea" by Rudyard Kipling
He ain' no time think 'bout de floater money.
"The Triumph of Virginia Dale" by John Francis, Jr.
Cato was a floater from South Carolina.
"Following the Color Line" by Ray Stannard Baker
If he was made into ashes, would he turn up again a floater and drift onto the marble at the Morgue?
"Final Proof" by R. Ottolengui
Overlord of floaters, voters, and other liege subjects.
"Abroad at Home" by Julian Street
The natural barks out-do all human art When skilful floaters play the sailor's part.
"Sea Monsters Unmasked and Sea Fables Explained" by Henry Lee
It was just that Nat hated farming; that he liked to rove and take a floater's fortune.
"Short Stories of the New America" by Various
He was a financier and a floater of companies which generally paid.
"The Coast of Adventure" by Harold Bindloss
I thought I had floaters in my eyes, but instead it was those darn gnats.
Vasquez's last-second floater pushes Hornets past Jazz 88-86.
Teton Dam--a floater that won't flush.
Floater 's Robert Wynia strikes me like that.
Last-second floater gives Jazz 103-102 win over Kings.
Steve Hamilton, 62, ' Floater ' Pitcher for Yankees.
Steve Hamilton, who pitched for the Yankees in the 1963 and 1964 World Series and is best remembered for a lobbed pitch known as the Folly Floater , died Tuesday at his home in Morehead, Ky.
Clothes Whores Pet Peeve No 10: The Floater.
Kateryna Lozoba, 20, of Ukraine, stands watch over floaters in the lazy river Thursday afternoon at Sun-N-Fun Lagoon water park in Naples.
My husband had laser blasting done on the floaters in one of his eyes which consisted of four treatments.
Detroit scored twice in the seventh inning when the Athletics' Coco Crisp dropped Miguel Cabrera's floater to center.
Anthony Hickey hit a driving floater in the paint with 1.4 seconds left in overtime, lifting LSU to a 69-67 victory over Mississippi State on Tuesday night.
Mike Conley then missed a floater after Memphis again held Phoenix in check, making it three straight possessions that the Griz failed to tie the score.
Gibb in his manatee floater.
Floater, In Flux, Tap Wielding Heathens.