Attentively Stueckrath observed the little point of glowing fire in his hand, from which eddied upward a wreath of fragrant smoke.
For a moment only, and then it surged on again, seethed and eddied in agitated whirlpools amongst the stakes and strands of the torturing wires, came on again, and with a roar of hate and frenzied triumph leaped at the low parapet.
The rush swept up on the trench, engulfed it as a wave engulfs the cleft on a rock beach, boiled andeddied about it, and then .
A turmoil of smoke eddied down upon an empty wooden crate in the middle of the floor, a litter of rags and straw tried to soar, but only stirred feebly in the draught.
The wind, which had risen with nightfall to a gale off the water, whipped snow with it which swirled and back-eddied with the switching cars into the great, gaping stern of the ferry.
Eddied through speech, "rise up; be strong: And learn how right avenges wrong.
Across the shaft of light the smoke eddied strangely.
Occasionally a sharp sound eddied the motionless silence--a paddle dropped, the prow of a canoe splashed as it was lifted to the water, the tame crow uttered a squawk.
A soft whirring sound filled the room; the newspaper on the bed, dislodged, eddied to the floor; the wings were a mere white blur.
Almost at their feet the waters of the creek wound between banks of glittering snow crystals, and above them the great bank of frozen mist eddied and rolled.
The mangroves bent, too, before the wind, and the sand eddied up in tiny whirls amid the great expanse of cactus, while the vessels swung with taut cables to their anchors.
Into the lock the girl fitted a cumbersome brass key and then for a long minute she stood there breathing the forenoon air thateddied in currents of fresh warmth.
Wisps of smokeeddied betwixt the sun and the awning, throwing fantastic shadows upon the bellying canvas.
To attempt to escape by swimming was almost an impossibility, as the water surged and eddied past, forming a dangerous whirlpool close to the stern of the vessel.
Spurts of red-tinged smokeeddied from her open scuttles.
The smooth, quiet river, interrupted at last, murmured and snarled and eddied back, only to rush with increased vehemence around the end of the rapidly growing obstruction.
The smoke eddied in wreaths round the room and drifted out above; the farther corners were quite dark.
The wind whistled between the planks, the dense smoke eddied round the little hut; they piled on sticks and began preparations for supper.
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