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"Haw-haw-haw-w!" laughed Big Medicine suddenly. "It'd sure be worth the price, jest to ride up and watch you two marks down on all fours weedin' onions." He laughed again with his big, bull-like bellow. "We don't have to do anything like that if we don't want to," put in Andy Green calmly. "I've been reading up on the law. There's one little joker in it I've got by heart.
It is the Muezzin faithful minister; but he ought to have been here an hour ago to tell the Faithful that prayer is better than sleep the sleep that will not come to the city. The Muezzin fumbles for a moment with the door of one of the Minars, disappears awhile, and a bull-like roar a magnificent bass thunder tells that he has reached the top of the Minar.
This made the man angry and he made a bull-like rush for Jim, who was not prepared for this maneuver and he was thrown from his balance, striking with considerable force upon the station platform. The crowd, which was a good-natured one, gathered around cheering its champion and laughing at Jim's fall.
'Twas weary work watching, more by token that that night nothing appeared save a thirsty fisherman or two, and a stray, shuffle-footed vagrant or the like. Next night the same, and I for one was growing somewhat cold, but Farmer Johnson, bull-like in his obstinacy, swore he wouldn't shave his chin till he had 'caught summat, so off we started on the third night to our rendezvous.
Val saw a large form, and a face clean-shaven, bull-like, a little lowering, with sardonic humour bubbling behind a full grey eye; he remembered it dimly from old days when he would dine with his father at the Iseeum Club. "I used to go racing with your father," George was saying: "How's the stud? Like to buy one of my screws?"
But she was resisting him, inch by inch, fighting desperately, like a cornered cat, for her very life, yet knowing there could be only one end to that uneven conflict. Durkin, after one comprehending glance, followed his first animal impulse of offense, and descended on MacNutt, beating at the prone, bull-like head, with its claret-colored bald spot, across which ran one livid scratch.
"Any word, sir?" asked Astro eagerly as the white-clad medical officer emerged from the room. The man smiled. "Thanks to you, Cadet Astro," he replied, "your friend will be able to leave as soon as he gets his pants on." "Yeow!" bawled Astro in his famous bull-like bellow. "Thanks, sir. Thanks a million!" He turned and wrenched open the sick-bay door, almost splintering it in his enthusiasm.
The Texas man began driving desperately on the oars. He heard the heavy rush of the skipper's feet in the deepening water. Tedge's voice became a bull-like roar as the depth began to check him. To his waist, and the slow skiff was but ten yards away; to his great shoulders, and the clumsy oarsman was but five. And with a yell of triumph Tedge lunged out swimming.
"That prig?" he roared, with a bull-like loudness and fury "That high-and-mighty piece of damned superior clerical wisdom? God bless my soul! There must be some mistake " "Yes surely!" murmured Miss Tabitha, feeling the clutch of a deadly spite and fear at her heart, for was not Walden HER clergyman?
Around his arms were two white circlets of shell, and depending from his bull-like neck a little basket containing betel-nut and lime. He certainly was a most truculent-looking scoundrel.