It was raining
and one of the men had a rope in his hands.
The last blast was peculiarly strong one, and after the small rubbish was done raining
around us and we were just going to shake hands over our deliverance, a later and larger stone came down amongst our little group of pedestrians and wrecked an umbrella.
Thatch- er's hand, tried to speak but couldn't -- and drifted out raining
tears all over the place.
That same Saturday--no, it was the night before--there was a steamboat laying at Flagler's Landing, forty miles above here, and it was raining
and storming like the nation.
It was dark and raining
, and I saw more fog and mud in a minute than I had seen in a year.
And all that afternoon, while it was raining
, Polynesia sat on the kitchen table giving him bird words to put down in the book.
It ain't for a common man to set up his opinion again' a gentleman wot have profesh'nal knowledge of the heavens, as one may say," said the man, "but I would 'umbly offer to bet my umbrellar to his wideawake that it don't cease raining
this side of seven o'clock.
It had been raining
heavily for one whole month--raining
on a camp of thirty thousand men and thousands of camels, elephants, horses, bullocks, and mules all gathered together at a place called Rawal Pindi, to be reviewed by the Viceroy of India.
Sancho, on his part, gave a helping hand to release Gines de Pasamonte, who was the first to leap forth upon the plain free and unfettered, and who, attacking the prostrate commissary, took from him his sword and the musket, with which, aiming at one and levelling at another, he, without ever discharging it, drove every one of the guards off the field, for they took to flight, as well to escape Pasamonte's musket, as the showers of stones the now released galley slaves were raining
Then, leaving him, and turning to the ship of war, whose shot was still raining
around him, he exclaimed, with a powerful voice, "Ah, ship of an accursed nation, you know who I am
Up the beach by the boathouse a bonfire was burning, raining
up sparks into the indistinctness of the dawn.
It was dropping off in flakes and raining
down upon the sand.