Only one boy in a shrill voice cried out in the middle of them, Amen.
"Ernest Bracebridge" by William H. G. Kingston
I want to see the mounseers licked,' I cried out.
"Dick Cheveley" by W. H. G. Kingston
Golding cries out for vengeance; and the men fire till every savage has disappeared.
"The Cruise of the Mary Rose" by William H. G. Kingston
Some of the men cried out that we should not live through the night.
"Peter Trawl" by W. H. G. Kingston
Captain Penrose now cried out for something to drink; but when it was brought, he would take it from no hands but those of Billy.
"True Blue" by W.H.G. Kingston
Halliday, overcome with fatigue, cried out that he could go no further; but Boxall, overtaking us, made him rest on his shoulder.
"Saved from the Sea" by W.H.G. Kingston
They picked him up, while he cried out with pain, asserting that he had either broken his arm or put it out of joint.
"Will Weatherhelm" by W.H.G. Kingston
The wolf jumped up, cried out, and fell prostrate from the effects of the blow.
"The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians" by Henry R. Schoolcraft
Blood had been spilt, and blood was to cry out against them and to demand a dreadful retribution.
"Paul Gerrard" by W.H.G. Kingston
But Rustem cried out, 'What a king are you!
"Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 6" by Charles H. Sylvester
And it will suck upon thy heart--
The sorcery within her cry--
Till madness out of thee upstart,
And rage to die.
"Oh, Go Not Out" by Cale Young Rice
But earthen were the sparrows,
And earth they did remain,
Though loud the Jewish children
Cried out, and cried again.
"A Jewish Legend" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
If in my arms I bore my child,
Would he cry out for fear
Because the night was dark and wild
And no one else was near?
"Appeal" by George MacDonald
Wind of the North, I know your song
Out on the frozen plain,
But here in the city's streets you seem
Only a cry of pain.
"The North Wind" by Charles Hamilton Musgrove
Oh! often among men below,
Heart cries out to heart, I know,
And one is dust a many years,
Child, before the other hears.
"Fafaia" by Rupert Brooke
"And is he gone, and is he gone?"
She cried, and wept outright:
"Then I will to the water side,
And see him out of sight."
"Faithless Sally Brown" by Thomas Hood
That's when Sazama turned to the " cry it out" method.
So I'd lock myself in the toilet and cry and then come out and do it.
Liberals have been crying out for tolerance for years.
Cry already out for fifth fight.
"That hurt," Larry cries out.
Short Sellers Cry Out For Yelp.
Usually, when folks are getting the stew beaten out of them, they cry uncle.
"We have to cry out, 'Please help us to save this place,'" said Mai Nguyen.
Martin 's family thinks it was their son who was crying out.
Members of the Colorado, Virginia Tech, Alabama and Saint Mary's men's basketball teams have been crying out loud for four days now.
'Til he cried out, in his anger and his shame.
Rodney Shepard of Lufkin, Texas, cried out for his " Momma " when he was found guilty of stabbing and killing his roommate, Fredrick Gilmore.
Cry Baby Ink owner Greg Byerly says VRC gave him 30 days notice, as outlined in their lease, to move out and make room for a new tenant.
Whatever you think of murals - and I am not their greatest fan - there is little doubt that this retail strip cries out for an intervention.
It's only the middle of June, for crying out loud and the two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback has as much job security as any player in the NFL.
The translational invariance of an inﬁnite lattice resistor network with identical bond conductances gij = 1 cries out for applying Fourier transform methods to determine node voltages.
Fractal and Multifractal Scaling of Electrical Conduction in Random Resistor Networks
The statement cries out for the application of Talagrand’s inequality.
Longest convex chains
But the attentive encoder notices how often pieces of the left image code nearly duplicate pieces of the right code: this is a common pattern that cries out for use in shrinking the code length.
Compression Rate Method for Empirical Science and Application to Computer Vision
Hence, programmers are still crying out for a practical deterministic record/replay scheme for commodity multi-processor systems.
Efficient Deterministic Replay Using Complete Race Detection
I acknowledge that there are voices crying out against some of these things – “peer review must die”, e.g. – and certainly there is nothing wrong with questioning fundamental tenets.
Fully Digital: Policy and Process Implications for the AAS