This was a new line
of business, for, in the earlier days of the colony, the current coinage consisted of gold and silver money of England, Portugal, and Spain.
At least, I did not want in confidence; and when I next rushed Solan it was to one side with implicit confidence that he must turn to meet my new line
of attack, and turn he did, so that now we fought with our sides towards the coveted goal--the great switch stood within my reach upon my right hand.
The morning and evening guns of Ty may be heard any day among these mountains; for the Frenchers are running a new line
atween the provinces of the king and the Canadas.
Hughes, started a new line
of development by adapting a Bell telephone into a "microphone," a fantastic little instrument that would detect the noise made by a fly in walking across a table.
They hung for an instant, a wonderful frieze against the sky-line, and their men pointed and hailed, Next moment the open mouths, waving arms, and bare chests disappeared, while on another swell came up an entirely new line
of characters like paper figures in a toy theatre.
I thought it was the end of us, but instead of that it started them on a new line
However, it gave him a basis for further investigation along a new line
I imagined her diffident, lying very quiet, with her side nestling shyly against the wharf to which she was made fast with very new lines
, intimidated by the company of her tried and experienced sisters already familiar with all the violences of the ocean and the exacting love of men.
Sir Launcelot was a bear, and he had put up a corner in one of the new lines
, and was just getting ready to squeeze the shorts to-day; but what of that?
Brott was pale, and deep new lines
were furrowed on his face.
At the same time these fragments have produced much that is interesting and valuable, such as the new lines
, "Works and Days" 169 a-d, and the improved readings ib.
Down went the whole ranks in a whirl of mad confusion, horses plunging and kicking, bewildered men falling, rising, staggering on or back, while ever new lines
of horsemen came spurring through the gaps and urged their chargers up the fatal slope.