Once I felt the great weight of one of the monsters upon my back and as keen talons sank into my flesh I experienced the frightful sensation of moist lips sucking the lifeblood
from the wounds to which the claws still clung.
It made me almost frantic in my desire to find some way to keep warm and cooling lifeblood
in her veins.
Then they and the priestesses formed in two lines, with their little golden cups in readiness to capture a share of the victim's lifeblood
after the sacrificial knife had accomplished its work.
There was a long line of hogs, with squeals and lifeblood
ebbing away together; until at last each started again, and vanished with a splash into a huge vat of boiling water.
But Tarzan went abroad alone, for Tarzan was a man-thing and sought amusement and adventure and such humor as the grim and terrible jungle offers to those who know it and do not fear it--a weird humor shot with blazing eyes and dappled with the crimson of lifeblood
. While others sought only food and love, Tarzan of the Apes sought food and joy.
Rise up, thou subtle, worldly, selfish, iron-hearted hypocrite, and make thy choice whether still to be subtle, worldly, selfish, iron-hearted, and hypocritical, or to tear these sins out of thy nature, though they bring the lifeblood
No man knows, till he experiences it, what it is to feel his own lifeblood
drawn away into the veins of the woman he loves.
Tell her that through pain and danger you were faithful, and that, if your lifeblood
could have saved me, it would have flowed to its last drop; and tell her that you will be something dearer than a father, and that my blessing is with you both, and that my dying eyes can see a long and pleasant path in which you will journey together."
KEITH LASLEY insists Motherwell's compensation battle with Columbus Crew for Chris Cadden is crucial to the lifeblood
of his club.
'Fishermen make a huge contribution to Scotland's economy and provide the lifeblood
for communities' The negative rhetoric from both sides is depressingly familiar, and meanwhile skippers and their crews are left in limbo, wondering what on earth the future holds.
"This is a great thing because STEM is the lifeblood
of Anderson and we are a technical organization," Bunch said.
He added: "I'm passionate about assisting the development of junior golf in the North East and, let's face it, youngsters are the lifeblood
of the game.