1 She flew across the room to the mirror and plopped it on her head, pushing back her hair to show her earrings and tying the ribbon under her chin.
2 "I'm just sick and tired of that old hospital," she said, settling her billowing skirts and tying her bonnet bow more firmly under her chin.
3 In the hall, Scarlett saw a bonnet and put it on hurriedly, tying the ribbons under her chin.
4 He was concentrated on tying an artery.
5 At last the Captain made a postman of it; tying a lettered, leathern tally round its neck, with the ship's time and place; and then letting it escape.
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6 Tying these two anchors here, Flask, seems like tying a man's hands behind him.
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7 In a few moments, they succeeded in tying John.
8 This crude arrangement he bound over the youth's head, tying the ends in a queer knot at the back of the neck.
9 So saying, he accommodated the friar with his assistance in tying the endless number of points, as the laces which attached the hose to the doublet were then termed.
10 Mr. Sikes contented himself with tying an imaginary knot under his left ear, and jerking his head over on the right shoulder; a piece of dumb show which the Jew appeared to understand perfectly.
11 He resolved to drown him, and walked on, looking about for a pond: picking up a heavy stone and tying it to his handkerchief as he went.
12 He unlocked the gate, and found that a spider had already constructed a large web, tying the door to the lintel, on the supposition that it was never to be opened again.
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13 They went through these movements at intervals every day and the robin was never able to explain to his mate what they were doing or tying to do.
14 "Beth and I are going over to Kitty Bryant's to get more flowers for tomorrow," added Amy, tying a picturesque hat over her picturesque curls, and enjoying the effect as much as anybody.
15 Pierre had taken part in tying a policeman to a bear.