But in order that our love may last for ever, you must give me for the ring three drops of blood from the little finger of your left hand
His left hand
he held carefully back, because he wished to support his right hand with it and knew he must not do so.
Yet, no matter how you may be fairing, you must not look for help from me, for only today I burned my left hand
with the iron!
But the creatures ran off a second time, before I could seize them; whereupon there was a great shout in a very shrill accent, and after it ceased I heard one of them cry aloud TOLGO PHONAC; when in an instant I felt above a hundred arrows discharged on my left hand
, which, pricked me like so many needles; and besides, they shot another flight into the air, as we do bombs in Europe, whereof many, I suppose, fell on my body,
And they did talk about something else; but her left hand
was still enclosed in his, and he knew, without asking again, that all was well.
As she was laid down her left hand
fell helpless over the side of the bed.
They had not been at work ten minutes ere her eye had glimpsed the topaz ring on the third finger of Saxon's left hand
. "Who's the lucky one?
Her left hand
lay gloveless, and of the four rings on her third finger one was a wedding-ring.
He only changed his sword hand, and fought with his left hand
He was one of those men to whom a girl's left hand
is simply a girl's left hand
, irrespective of whether it wears rings on its third finger or not.
and add the day of the month and the year, then take Smith's left hand
on another glass strip, and add name and date and the words "left hand
." The strips were now returned to the grooved box, and took their place among what Wilson called his "records."
Thus did he maintain the defensive, making his eye, foot, and hand keep true time, until, observing his antagonist to lose wind, he darted the staff at his face with his left hand
; and, as the Miller endeavoured to parry the thrust, he slid his right hand down to his left, and with the full swing of the weapon struck his opponent on the left side of the head, who instantly measured his length upon the green sward.