1 The wind had blown off, leaving a loud bright night with wings beating in the trees and a persistent organ sound as the full bellows of the earth blew the frogs full of life.
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2 One of the soldiers opened its wooden windows, another lighted the fire, another turned to at the bellows, the rest stood round the blaze, which was soon roaring.
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3 No gleam of fire, no glittering shower of sparks, no roar of bellows; all shut up, and still.
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4 I say it ain't likely, in a man who knows his wind will go, when it DOES go, as if a pair of bellows was cut open; and that man a grandfather, said Mr. Omer.
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5 The Saracens produced from their baskets a quantity of charcoal, a pair of bellows, and a flask of oil.
6 'Never mind him, my dear,' said the Jew, winking at Mr. Dawkins, and giving Master Bates a reproving tap with the nozzle of the bellows.
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7 Clym hastily put together the logs on the hearth, raked abroad the embers, which were scarcely yet extinct, and blew up a flame with the bellows.
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8 Gillenormand who was the bellows.
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9 His little, narrow chest panted like a forge bellows.
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10 Some fill and empty the windy bellows of their blast, some dip the hissing brass in the trough.
11 From cow after cow came the same yearning bellow.
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12 There she heard the loudspeaker begin to bellow, in an idiotically velveteen-genteel sort of voice, something about a series of street-cries, the very cream of genteel affectation imitating old criers.
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13 I heard a click of steel and a bellow like an enraged bull.
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14 It restored his soul to have Sam Clark trustingly bellow, "Better come down to the lake this evening and have a swim, doc."
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15 As they halted thus the lieutenant again began to bellow profanely.
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