And when Harve got a few drams aboard and began churning up his war medicine, Catlett would hurry right straight home, and be taken down sick in bed and stay there until Harve had eased himself, beating up people.
He eased his fragile rack of bones down into a chair and dropped his old hat on the matting of the aisle beside him, seemingly oblivious to the somewhat puzzled glances of the two veterans.
Daniel the Mystic leaped forward and caught him before he struck, and eased him down flat on his back and folded his arms up across his breast, and that made him look like dead.
He cut speed and eased the Sunsprite down into that thinner area of the meteor-swarm.
Hastily, Kenniston took his atom-pistol and eased him to the floor.
He eased the cruiser lower through the swarm, his fingers flashing over the throttles, using quick bursts of the rockets to veer aside from the bright, rushing meteors.
He eased his position quietly from time to time as much as his bandages would let him, but he made no complaint.
There came the answering click of breech-bolts, and a little rustling as each man eased his position, and laid his elbow on his knee.
The glittering, wet, wind-blown beach and the little estuary slid by like a painted panorama smelling of all the evil in the world as the Puncher eased her helm a time or two seeking a comfortable berth with Joe Byng's chanted aid.
That night were the three fellows eased with the best; and on the morn they heard mass, and Sir Percivale's sister bad bring forth the sick lady.
He climbed down and eased over toward the stump, watching where he set his feet.
He eased the hammer down, fed in three rounds to replace those he had used, and walked slowly back to the first thing he had shot.
I easedinto drive and moved along to a parking ramp, swung around and down and stopped in the shadow of the retaining wall.
I eased back up to one-fifty, took the Intermix with gyros screaming, and curved out onto the thruway.
To my left a discreet stair carpeted in violet velvet easedup in a gentle curve.
I eased the gyros in; she backed off the rail with a screech of ripped metal.
I found the lever and eased the door open, then waited, gun in hand.
The mast and yards being let go eased her considerably, though the storm raged with unabated fury.
I landed in a cluster of tall reeds and grass which bent with my weight and eased me down without injury, save a few slight scratches.
And being thuseased a little I realized that I was hungry again, and that commonplace natural feeling did me good too.
A subdued cheerfulness seemed to possess Lester, the mamma's boy, as if he had eased and become less introverted.
Here also he was happily eased of a still greater burden, by the death of his idiot boy, who thus escaped the miseries to which a longer life must, among these people, have inevitably exposed him.
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