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1  He roared in a ferocious, animal-like way, and gave me a shove with his hand.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVI
2  He shoved the slide part way back and rested his arms on it, his body still in the companion-way.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIII
3  As he made the demand he spat out a mouthful of blood and teeth and shoved his pugnacious face close to Oofty-Oofty.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
4  It was only a shove, a flirt of the wrist, yet so tremendous was his strength that I was hurled backward as from a catapult.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVI
5  He was but two paces behind when I tumbled into the boat, and as I shoved off with an oar his teeth crunched down upon the blade.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXX
6  It was well I did, for it covered the boat fully a third of the way aft, and three times, in the next several hours, it flung off the bulk of the down-rushing water when the bow shoved under the seas.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVIII
7  Mugridge grinned insinuatingly in my face as I shoved him out and ordered him back to his galley work; and he won his revenge by spreading glowing reports among the hunters as to what an excellent "lydy's-myde" I was proving myself to be.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER XVIII
8  I had time to notice that the pockets of the dead man had been emptied on the deck, and that his body and his grin had been wrapped from view in canvas, the folds of which the sailor, Johansen, was sewing together with coarse white twine, shoving the needle through with a leather contrivance fitted on the palm of his hand.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER III