He was at the door of the shed in a dozen strides.
"'Firebrand' Trevison" by Charles Alden Seltzer
In February, last winter, the drift in front of the shed was higher than the shed itself.
"When Life Was Young" by C. A. Stephens
Oh, what bitter tears she shed!
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
It was almost impossible to get it into its shed if the wind was against it.
"The Sequel" by George A. Taylor
Houses and sheds were carried away, and two men were drowned almost under our very eyes.
"The Johnstown Horror" by James Herbert Walker
The blood of Leonard Kaiser, which was shed in Bavaria, is not silent.
"Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II" by Martin Luther
Anon the evening came, walking noiselessly upon the mountains, and shedding on the spirit a not unpleasant melancholy.
"Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber" by James Aitken Wylie
It was a wooden shed, the black inside of which showed plainly against the whiteness all around.
"Dick and His Cat and Other Tales" by Various
She found herself in a kind of long shed.
"The Wide, Wide World" by Susan Warner
See that old shed over beyond those freights?
"Ralph on the Overland Express" by Allen Chapman
Slumberer! thine early bier
Friends should have crown'd,
Many a flower and tear
"Woman On The Field Of Battle" by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Angels of good, they shed abroad
The spirit of the dove;
For He who gave them, is a God
"The Angels Of Earth" by James Avis Bartley
There is mist on our heads,
And a cloud chill and hoary
Of black sorrow, sheds
An eclipse on our glory.
"The Downfall Of The Gael" by Samuel Ferguson
For mocking on men's faces
He only sees instead
The hidden, hundred traces
Of tears their eyes have shed.
"The Seer Of Hearts" by Theodosia Garrison
These blossoms that I bring,
This song that here I sing,
These tears that now I shed,
I give unto the dead.
"Last Words" by Amy Levy
Manuel, I do not shed a tear,
Our parting to delay!
I dare not listen to my fear!
I dare not bid thee stay!
"Vignette - VIII" by Matilda Betham
Chilling at his casa, watching the Denver Broncos get all Tebowtime on Big Ben last weekend, the game ended -- and surprisingly no tears were shed at all by Steelers-loving Mikee the bassman.
Some celebrities even tout the gluten-free lifestyle as a way to shed pounds.
As the Televangelist Kenneth Copeland continues to defy a Senate Finance investigation, internal ministry documents shed new light on how Copeland runs his $100 million church.
FedEx sets goal to boost profits by $1.7B a year, shed 'several thousand' employees.
A design is in hand for a proposed vegetable shed at the Farmers Market on Fulton Drive.
One man shed a little light on local contributions during that time.
In the process of moving uptown from Off-Broadway's Vineyard Theatre, Nicky Silver's The Lyons ( Cort Theatre) has shed the opening scene of its second act.
W/ Exquisite Corps, Two Sheds, + DJ Nick Miller.
A pumpkin farm in Hubbard sets up a haunt in its storage sheds.
The Crucible ' sheds light on dark era.
Employers shed 263,000 jobs in September, more than analysts expected, bringing the jobless rate to 9.8 percent.
Medieval Days sheds some light on the Dark Ages .
Bioarchaeology' sheds light on earthy side of scriptural lore.
Another small building called the "Carpenter's Shed" may be deconstructed this year while the rest will stay standing.
Arrowhead Stadium incident sheds light on the decline of decorum .
If β (or c) diverge to +∞ as x → +∞, quite interesting phenomena appear, which shed some light on the possible use of the factor of non–homogeneity represented by the functions β (or c).
Linear and quadratic functionals of random hazard rates: an asymptotic analysis
This in turn can be expected to shed new light on the heuristic statements concerning the generic case without symmetries.
The cosmological billiard attractor
First, the study of the EMT will shed some light on the model itself.
The nucleon form-factors of the energy momentum tensor in the Skyrme model
Although we have not succeeded in proving (C6), we hope that studying the function φ(n) will shed new light on the Collatz problem.
Working with 2s and 3s
Besides, we hope that this connection may also shed some light in calculating the exponents θ(d) exactly which still remains a challenge.
Statistics of the Number of Zero Crossings : from Random Polynomials to Diffusion Equation