I made three voyages from Liverpool to America, and was boxed about pretty badly, but I learned to handle the ropes.
All great men respected her, and if the little ones were insolent she boxed their ears and twisted their necks.
At breakfast time, when sixteen deputies and seventy-eight citizens had been arrested and were held secure, the Duke of Morny reported the success of the undertaking to Louis Napoleon with the two words: "Boxed up.
Sidenote: "Boxed up"] At the stroke of five in the morning, columns of soldiery filed out of all the Paris barracks and occupied the commanding positions where barricades had been thrown up in former times.
Whereat a maid boxed his ears for talking of such a thing; and then, by way of mending it, declared that she knew for certain that her mistress could turn aside the lightning, and call legions of spirits to fight for her with a nod.
I'm sorry I boxed your ear, Tony," she apologised.
Usually they are placed at first in piles or windrows; and from these piles they are barreled or boxed for market.
Any other woman would probably have risen from her place among her cushions, followed Lola into the house and either boxed her ears or ordered her back to town.
There were shelves of machines, duly boxed and equipped with Mahon units, but not yet activated.
He went to a shelf and brought down a boxed machine,--straight from the top-secret manufactory of Mahon units.
The gentleman you have boxed up--well, I shouldn't be surprised if they had to open the coffin to find out who he was.
I knew what she was thinking, and small blame to her; I could have boxed Mr. FitzHoward's ears for getting me into such a mess.
He began at once to talk, as if I had never been angry or boxed his ears at all!
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