1 Dead men's hands have kept it soft.
2 My hands, however, are a spectacle for grief.
3 Whereupon he leaned his head on his hands and wept.
4 My hands bothered me a great deal, unused as they were to work.
5 The rasping, scorching sands were a man's hard hands chafing my naked chest.
6 His head was buried in his hands, and his shoulders were heaving convulsively as with sobs.
7 I saw the young fellow's hands clench at the insult, and the blood crawl scarlet up his neck.
8 Johansen," Wolf Larsen said briskly to the new mate, "keep all hands on deck now they're here.
9 All hands were on deck now, and all eyes were aloft, where a human life was at grapples with death.
10 I threw up my hands with helpless disapproval of his inveterate materialism and went about making the bed.
11 Then the long, black side of the vessel began slipping past, so near that I could have touched it with my hands.
12 I left Mr. Mugridge on deck, in the hands of a couple of grinning sailors who had been told off for the purpose.
13 I confess that a madness seized me, that I shrieked aloud as the women had shrieked, and beat the water with my numb hands.
14 I had brought the customary liquor glasses, but Wolf Larsen frowned, shook his head, and signalled with his hands for me to bring the tumblers.
15 A quick effort brought his hands up to the halyards again; but he was a long time regaining his former position, where he hung, a pitiable object.
16 It was a slight uphill climb, for the foresail peaked high; and the halyards, running through various blocks on the gaff and mast, gave him separate holds for hands and feet.
17 If they will only hold their hands until the season is over, he promises them a royal carnival, when all grudges can be settled and the survivors may toss the non-survivors overboard and arrange a story as to how the missing men were lost at sea.
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