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Hurl dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. We can hurl a probe at it.
  2. She began to hurl chunks of.
  3. He’s managed to hurl an insult at.
  4. His hands were ready to hurl a harpoon.
  5. He did not pick up and hurl anything at me.

  6. I grab the plate and hurl the chips at my dad.
  7. He didn't hurl, but he didn't say anything either.
  8. I ball the shirt up and hurl it at Peter’s chest.
  9. He wanted to tear the damned suit off and hurl it away.
  10. The hand she raised to hurl some torment at him stilled.
  11. To show yourself a hero, hurl brickbats at the Chinese.
  12. A wizard could still levitate a rock and hurl it at you.
  13. She could hurl me to the moon or send Emerson into orbit.
  14. By now, Laedron’s men were in range to hurl their spears.
  15. He gestured with his muscular arms to hurl the seal in place.

  16. The grabbed the demons closer to him and hurl them to the ground.
  17. I was about to hurl it at Thalia when I saw something in the woods.
  18. The pain gave her a jolt of energy, and she used it to hurl the log.
  19. The adults gathered in the kitchen and started to hurl opinions and.
  20. I was tempted to hurl it into the back of his skull, but I resisted.
  21. Which of the two will hurl the other over? Who will carry the day?
  22. With an angry cry, she scampered to her feet to hurl the handfuls of dirt.
  23. There was nothing for my sisters to hurl with telekinesis, and the angry.
  24. Osbourne would never go any further than the gate, where he’d stand and hurl.
  25. I gathered a pile of snowballs on the windowsill to hurl down the hill when I saw one.

  26. He would steal into the church and rob the body; nay, more, he would hurl insults at it.
  27. Josie lights a cigarette, inhaling deeply, preparing to hurl a new obscenity at his head.
  28. Reese, come back, I cry and hurl the closest thing I can find where Reese once stood.
  29. Heyward ventured to hurl the tomahawk he had seized, too ardent to await the moment of closing.
  30. In fine soap-opera fashion we debated if it was women caused him to hurl his literary future away.
  31. One guard overcame his horror sufficiently to stand in its path and hurl his spear, which landed.
  32. He reels his arm back—about to hurl his sphere at someone—but sees me and Callen and stops mid-throw.
  33. I yanked open the nightstand drawer, grabbed Alec’s handkerchief, and wished I had a fire I could hurl it into.
  34. Finally the door bursts open, and I charge outside and hurl the smoking cushions as far as I can into the backyard.
  35. The individual decides whether or not one or both participants hurl themselves bodily from this situation and when.
  36. And on the morrow he must hurl his host against the grimmest fighter in the western nations, and his desperate horde.
  37. The wind roared loudly round the gables, shaking the house in a way that threatened every moment to hurl it to the ground.
  38. And if it had not been for God's strength that was with us we could not have prevailed against him to hurl him from Heaven.
  39. And if it had not been for God's strength that was with us, we could not have prevailed against him to hurl him from Heaven.
  40. I hurl the phone over the fence, as far as I can; it lands somewhere on the edge of the scree at the top of the embankment.
  41. By midnight, she was ready to hurl the appliance out the window, watch it shatter in a cheap supernova on the black street below.
  42. At the time, however, there was a real fear that the landings might fail and the Germans would hurl the invaders back into the sea.
  43. He stooped and reached for several more rocks, and continued to hurl them at the bear in order to keep it enraged and rearing upward.
  44. Then I lift him by his belt and carry him out of my house, down the path, and to the gate, where I promptly hurl him off of my property.
  45. Do you hear this divine harmony of life? Do you hear the war cry that men hurl into the face of the future, challenging it to strife?
  46. They sprint, shout, hurl themselves over obstacles; in field exercises they play a game where ten boys get red armbands and ten get black.
  47. Oh, Christ, I thought, what am I looking for? Is the answer one of these? I almost shoved in to hurl all the jams and jellies to the floor.
  48. And if his sacred hands forget themselves so far as to hurl it rudely back at me they yet can never take away the fun I have had writing it.
  49. She looked around for something to hurl at us, but luckily nothing presented itself and after a brief pause, she stalked off to her dressing room.
  50. Cruel fate kept my friends safe and upbeat and I continued to hurl obscenities at any creature that had the misfortune of appearing in front of me.
  51. If you were unlucky enough to be incarcerated with a knife-wielding lunatic, the only escape would be to hurl yourself from the carriage at great speed.
  52. I swallowed terror and heeled my horse forward, riding over to join the infantry where I would hurl my javelins into the enemy with only one working hand.
  53. With little more than a shrug, Shelly Littleton crouched down, grabbed a handful of rocks, then began to hurl them at the opening in the side of the rock.
  54. Armed with bows, arrows, and shields, nearly all of them carried from their shoulders a sort of net, which held those polished stones their slings hurl with such dexterity.
  55. Then she turned her phone completely off and crossed to lay it on the coffee table with meticulous care, before she could give in to the impulse to hurl it against the wall.
  56. He would challenge any birds that we encountered, shriek alarm whenever he spotted a raptor, and hurl imprecations in Otomi at anyone who had the temerity to cross our path.
  57. At which time Cal forced himself to hurl the sheet back over the smile and return, a mourner at his own wake, to stand behind my chair and pick up the torture instruments again.
  58. Lover, for her love he prowled with colonel Richard Burke, tanist of his sept, under the walls of Clerkenwell and, crouching, saw a flame of vengeance hurl them upward in the fog.
  59. As she sounded ready to hurl herself into the void, I extended her the courtesy I hope to receive when I'm ready to quit this mortal plane – wished her luck, and left her to it.
  60. I just wanted to hurl - he really is the grossest bastard in the whole world and Kate is gonna be sooo rid of him and that is when Toto really started wetting himself and told me.
  61. As I was handing over the money to Vanya, who continued to twist his beard and smile, Tatiana Igorovna appeared out of the upper window across the yard and began to curse and hurl abuse.
  62. A skunk and a badger worked on putting a lid on the filled barrels, sending the barrel down a roller track to an elk, who used his powerful antler rack to hurl the barrels at Silas’ allies.
  63. We need to be aware that Camp Obama has sent thugs masquerading as Tea Partiers to various events where those same thugs hurl racial epithets in order to demonize everything about the Tea Party.
  64. The wolf laid my brother down among the leaves and sticks of a nearby tree, growling menacingly at my near dead brother when he saw Adrinius at a ledge in close proximity, lifting a large rock to hurl at him.
  65. This was not necessarily a sign to hurl your stocks at the nearest seller and run for the hills, but to be on a Code Red alert ready to instantly react to the confirming action of a technical top in the market.
  66. The first is to burn soldiers in their camp; the second is to burn stores; the third is to burn baggage trains; the fourth is to burn arsenals and magazines; the fifth is to hurl dropping fire amongst the enemy.
  67. They will raise their tools, arm their constructs, hurl rocks through the air and slash her with twigs—there is absolutely nothing they won’t do to protect themselves, so it is no wonder that they are staring.
  68. Conan watched him warily from the corner of his eye, and just as Valeria believed the dragon was about to hurl himself up the crag again, the Cimmerian drew back and climbed up to the ledge with the branches he had cut.
  69. He leaves it to the Russian beggars and pillagers, to march against Kutuzof, outflank the left wing of that general, hurl him back, and then quietly reach the borders of the Dvina, where he will pitch his winter quarters.
  70. But three hundred yards should be well within the staff slingers’ reach using the specially designed grenades, and even men equipped with standard slings could hurl grenades much farther than they could be thrown by hand.
  71. Without dishes or guitars or any other object to hurl, Johnny's percussive participation was limited to the much less noisy banging of his fists against the wall, which was only audible within a few surrounding floors of the building.
  72. I protest that the thought of this brick wall of indifference with Charlotte hurling herself against it during all the years that might have been pleasant was so tragic to me that I was nearly tempted to try to please her by offering to come and hurl myself too.
  73. Now, It couldn’t be said that it was that particular incident that sparked it, but all Joey knew was that after it happened, some people suddenly got up, started fire honoi if they could use it, hurl heavy items they knew wouldn’t miss—and Joey knew he had to join the fun.
  74. An experienced slinger could actually hurl his bullet at an initial velocity of almost three hundred feet per second, forty-five percent faster than a crossbow bolt, which Owl calculated would allow him to attain a range of as much as six hundred yards with a standard three-ounce bullet.
  75. The gangway itself was as nondescript as the walls they had seen so far but what had genuinely picked Amonas’ interest, apart from the immensity of all that surrounded them was that the gangway did not possess any guardrails, as if it was impossible for someone to trip and hurl himself down to certain death.
  76. Sometimes I had to laugh at them myself, they were such extraordinarily heroic and glowing things for one dripping Fräulein with none too brave a heart to hurl at another dripping Fräulein with no brave heart at all, as they trotted along with oriented skirts and umbrellas through wind-racked, howling forests.
  77. On the other hand, if all should go well (which may kind God Almighty grant!), then if by any chance this paper should be still undestroyed and should fall into your hands, I conjure you, by all you hold sacred, by the memory of your dear mother, and by the love which had been between us, to hurl it into the fire and to never give one thought to it again.
  78. He raised his missile to hurl it; I commenced a soothing speech, but could not stay his hand: the stone struck my bonnet; and then ensued, from the stammering lips of the little fellow, a string of curses, which, whether he comprehended them or not, were delivered with practised emphasis, and distorted his baby features into a shocking expression of malignity.
  79. He remembers the LeBlanc house, his house! Tall and narrow with the staircase spiraling up its center like a spire shell stood on end, where the ghost of his brother occasionally slipped between walls, where Madame Manec lived and died, where not so long ago he could sit on a davenport with Marie-Laure and pretend they flew over the volcanoes of Hawaii, over the cloud forests of Peru, where just a week ago she sat cross-legged on the floor and read to him about a pearl fishery off the coast of Ceylon, Captain Nemo and Aronnax in their diving suits, the impulsive Canadian Ned Land about to hurl his harpoon through the side of a shark.
  80. And in those days the angels shall return; And hurl themselves to the east on the Parthians and Medes; They shall stir up the kings so that the spirit of Unrest shall come on them; And they shall rouse them from their thrones so that they may break out like lions from their lairs; And as hungry wolves among their flocks; And they shall go up and tread under foot the land of His elect ones; And the land of His elect ones shall be before them the threshing floor and the highway; But the city of my righteous ones shall be a hindrance to their horses; And they shall begin to fight among themselves And their right hand shall be strong against themselves; And a man shall not know his brother; Nor a son his father or his mother; Till there is no number of the corpses through their slaughter; And their punishment be not in vain.
  81. And in those days the angels shall return; And hurl themselves to the east on the Parthians and Medes; They shall stir up the kings, so that the spirit of Unrest shall come on them; And they shall rouse them from their thrones, so that they may break out like lions from their lairs; And as hungry wolves among their flocks; And they shall go up and tread under foot the land of His elect ones; And the land of His elect ones shall be before them, the threshing floor and the highway; But the city of my righteous ones shall be a hindrance to their horses; And they shall begin to fight among themselves, And their right hand shall be strong against themselves; And a man shall not know his brother; Nor a son his father or his mother; Till there is no number of the corpses through their slaughter; And their punishment be not in vain.
  82. See the grim monster floating on the surface of the water; there appears to be no life anywhere about; all is silence; you know that by far the largest part of the vessel is under water; out of sight; you know that the ship is as large and as heavy as a twenty-story skyscraper; you know that there are hundreds of men ready to spring to their appointed task instantly; you know that every department is in charge of able, trained, skilled officials who have proven themselves competent to take charge of this marvelous piece of mechanism; you know that although it lies apparently oblivious to everything else, it has eyes which see everything for miles around, and nothing is permitted to escape its watchful vision; you know that while it appears quiet, submissive and innocent, it is prepared to hurl a steel projectile weighing thousands of pounds at an enemy many miles away; this and much more you can bring to mind with comparatively no effort whatever.
  83. Then mother put me in the care of our manager, Xsuno, to learn how to cast a spear with the use of the atlatl, which was a length of wood with a spike on the end on which you placed the spear to make your arm longer thereby casting the feathered shaft further, I was impressed by how far I could hurl the spear with the help of this simple device, but try as hard as he could, Xsuno had no success in improving my accuracy and I resigned myself to the fact that I would remain a bowman not a spear thrower, a fact which my mother acknowledged by smacking me on the side of the head and telling me to stop fooling around and concentrate, this was the first time Mother had ever slapped me and the shock of this first taste of discipline concentrated my efforts to win back her praise, after long weeks of scolding and practice, watching in awe the skill displayed by Xsuno, I achieved a modicum of skill with the spear but I was never comfortable with the weapon always preferring my bow.
  84. If, then, to meanest mariners, and renegades and castaways, I shall hereafter ascribe high qualities, though dark; weave round them tragic graces; if even the most mournful, perchance the most abased, among them all, shall at times lift himself to the exalted mounts; if I shall touch that workman's arm with some ethereal light; if I shall spread a rainbow over his disastrous set of sun; then against all mortal critics bear me out in it, thou Just Spirit of Equality, which hast spread one royal mantle of humanity over all my kind! Bear me out in it, thou great democratic God! who didst not refuse to the swart convict, Bunyan, the pale, poetic pearl; Thou who didst clothe with doubly hammered leaves of finest gold, the stumped and paupered arm of old Cervantes; Thou who didst pick up Andrew Jackson from the pebbles; who didst hurl him upon a war-horse; who didst thunder him higher than a throne! Thou who, in all Thy mighty, earthly marchings, ever cullest Thy selectest champions from the kingly commons; bear me out in it, O God!.
  1. He left off hurling the sentences at her.
  2. Many of the Ents were hurling themselves against the.
  3. The thought of the Earth hurling through space was startling.
  4. Above her head, the crew was hurling back insults in Breton.
  5. The impact is explosive, hurling data across the whole network.
  6. Reno moved first, hurling himself into the air with tremendous.
  7. Except that Caramarin felt like hurling the money and coke back.
  8. After his hurling days were over, he became a scout and manager.
  9. You flick its snowcap, which goes hurling away into outer space.
  10. Hurling it into the canal bottom near the other bank, they both.
  11. Belt and hurling them into space across the orbits of the planets.
  12. They tortured him mercilessly, kicking him and hurling him around.
  13. APB of having a bump on their head and are capable of hurling cars.
  14. Caphates ducked back beneath the shields without hurling his spear.
  15. Hurling them, they smashed the ship, then ate Mavros and Aristides.
  16. They spent the first half of the sixties hurling insults at each other.
  17. Khaled's car was hurling itself at above 100 kph, with three cars chasing.
  18. I can’t believe it! he shouted, hurling his club toward the ground.
  19. Hillary exclaimed loudly as she watched the huge blue ball hurling towards.
  20. Selene rounded on Takina, punching her to the ground, hurling abuse at her.
  21. Rincewind appeared in the ruined doorway hurling another of his gold grenades.
  22. Enrico fired thrusters, they stopped hurling toward the iceball quite so fast.
  23. I lash out with all my might, hurling my anger toward the outer unit of the cage.
  24. Hurling myself at the doctor -- as I supposed he was -- I grabbed the needle from.
  25. Caramarin booted the door wide, hurling the young man back into the dark interior.
  26. The remaining cannibal gave back with a strangled yell, hurling his captive from him.
  27. The Irish sporting fraternity in Slough had by now formed a hurling team known as St.
  28. Unable to mount an attack they resorted to hurling harmless insults at the builders.
  29. It was Buck, a live hurricane of fury, hurling himself upon them in a frenzy to destroy.
  30. This time, it was the game of collecting old plates and twigs and hurling at each other.
  31. They came fast as the wind, screaming, yelling, throwing spears and hurling throwing axes.
  32. Rose kept hurling airballs, some missing completely, and some serving only as a distraction.
  33. Well, you survived without hurling all over me, Nicolas smiled, letting go of her hand.
  34. Conspirators formed murder squads set on drowning the Bird or hurling him from a cliff.
  35. The sky streamed red and black through the liquid ether of the crystal water hurling him away.
  36. There he perched, hurling taunts and insults at the raging, foaming beast fifty feet below him.
  37. Simeon is lost, he said, hoarsely, hurling the bald fact at her before his courage failed.
  38. As the gunman turned, Terry ran at him, hurling himself into his side, slamming him against the wall.
  39. I’m proud to say the young man is my grandson, says Scott, hurling her big voice into the room.
  40. Faith cruelly broke up the august assembly by climbing up on the fence and hurling a broken rail at it.
  41. Bitter Knife and Runs Like Cheetah began hurling burning sticks at the crocodiles but they kept coming.
  42. Other days, he kept his thoughts to himself and spent his hours hurling sticks into a flooded quarry.
  43. She tried to smile, but the vomit was too fresh in her mouth and she quickly found herself hurling again.
  44. Before it can strike with another limb, Jet rips his attacker from the swarm, hurling it against a wall.
  45. They lowered the empty box down into the earth before hurling down handfuls of the shot until it was all in.
  46. Deshavi looked appalled and looked up now at the chattering nut hurling throng in the trees with new awareness.
  47. I watched myself cut into Allison’s father, stabbing him relentlessly, hurling insult after degrading insult.
  48. Instead of leaving, however, he opened his mouth and began coughing, hurling millions of invisible germs towards me.
  49. I stare across the Pit, where some Dauntless children chase each other up the path, hurling paintballs at the walls.
  50. Round and round they went, screaming obscenities, storming after one another, slamming doors and hurling breakables.
  51. More men came, one after another, screaming, spitting on Louie, hitting him with rocks, hurling sticks like javelins.
  52. It spun around, hurling its axe, which whirred over the assassin's head and buried itself in a luckless thief behind him.
  53. Suzie, Lian and Sam were hurling petrol bombs at the greenhouse, as Suzie bashed up the Abel Berries with a Baseball Bat.
  54. What he saw was one handsome young man striding along, hurling insults as if they were favors over his shrugged shoulder.
  55. The captain saw a few people resisting his leniency by tying clothes around their heads and ears and hurling weapons at him.
  56. Acolyte Tometahin is currently mapped in the parts of heaven nearest their hurling worlds and is adept to the fifth order.
  57. Someone must have a radio—the fire brigade, if one remains, or the resistance, or the Americans hurling missiles at the city.
  58. It was not only the common people; barons were fortifying their castles and hurling defiance at the governors of the provinces.
  59. Silence blocked the punch and skipped up the wall a bit higher before jumping off it and hurling herself through the air at him.
  60. Apparently, they were hurling insults and accusations at the other, with the result that the exchange became very heated indeed.
  61. But as Adrinius brought his face close to mine, hurling me up onto my tip toes, his expression of detest told me it was of no use.
  62. The last three of Nacho’s men who were in the midst of hurling themselves at Tom and the pile of guns were held up in mid- flight.
  63. Scarlett sat in her bedroom, picking at the supper tray Mammy had brought her, listening to the wind hurling itself out of the night.
  64. Three white stallions the color of sea foam and wearing harnesses of gold halted before her, hurling a current of water all about her.
  65. But now Brodin had a stone on each shoulder and was dropping them in pairs, hurling them as fast as his massive arms could lift them.
  66. Based on that crew's response, we had taken their spot, for they sailed close upon our stern-post, hurling many a curse over their bow.
  67. A foot drove into her hip, hurling her to one side where, spinning, she landed, with a muffled groan as her face burrowed into the sand.
  68. General Hood did hurling his men from their rifle pits against the blue lines where Sherman’s men outnumbered him more than two to one.
  69. She would go into fits of rage, screaming at the top of her lungs and hurling things across the room with seemingly-supernatural strength.
  70. Karyl’s scratch defensive force was still shouting triumphantly, and even hurling catcalls at the advancing but still-distant house-shields.
  71. Brodin inspected a stack of the large granite blocks, testing their heft to see how quickly he could start hurling them into the horde below.
  72. She moved in tune with his momentum, hurling herself forward, planting her foot atop the blue eyed guard's head and launching her body upwards.
  73. One by one the dogs joined in, adding their voices to his shrill scream, hurling an eerie wave of territorial howls through the warm night air.
  74. It let off with a massive explosion that sent nearby cars hurling away, as every glass window within 200 feet of the blast shattered into pieces.
  75. A Japanese officer stopped the attack, but that evening Watanabe turned on Bush, hurling him onto a scalding stove, then pummeling and kicking him.
  76. Her hands massaged his thighs, and Sebastian pulled her up to him, kicking off his remaining clothing before hurling himself into removing her pants.
  77. It gained on him, accelerating inexorably away, but with the manic energy of desperation he pumped his legs faster, hurling himself over the asphalt.
  78. The five-foot blade crushed Strabonus' casque and skull, and the king's charger reared screaming, hurling a limp and sprawling corpse from the saddle.
  79. In the same motion he power-leaped in the opposite direction while hurling Vance’s escape pod in front of him, a bare second before ejecting his own.
  80. We all followed him and discovered that a pair of runaway horses had thrown a carriage against a tree, hurling the driver from his box, under the wheels.
  81. There was nothing in the rules, though, to prevent the combatants from hurling the odd thunderbolt at each other before kick-off to keep the fans amused.
  82. I was so taken with the performance that I probably would have spent the whole tour hurling myself facedown on the stage if I hadn’t been holding a guitar.
  83. Matthew attended a training a few training sessions with them, but alas Gaelic Football, ironically was his game, although having been born in a Hurling county.
  84. But if he moves too quickly, or blocks the arrows with his shield, we will miss and he will drive the crocodiles ahead of him by hurling meat into the village.
  85. There were all the usual contests and some new ones, from the spear throw to the axe hurling and the bow stringing and arrow making to a new thing called swimming.
  86. Deep in the Aristrian Mountains, the maelstrom of power arched down from the five magicians who stood aloft the Wyvern’s Nest hurling down their magical assault.
  87. Trocero at first refused the order to give up his baton of authority, but the people swarmed about him, hissing and howling, hurling stones and offal at his knights.
  88. The biggest thrill for them including Ollie was that they were able to listen to the Gaelic football and Hurling matches of a given Sunday, including the All Ireland finals.
  89. For a moment the mare stood trembling with alarm, and the next she swung round, almost hurling Vidler from her back, and flew like the wind along the way by which we had come.
  90. It didn’t come pattering like a shower, but in a wild dash against the side of the house, as if the wind had caught the crests of all the waves and was hurling them landward.
  91. The squared-off, flap-down ears and ludicrous length peak would have had us crossing the road in England, shouting abuse and hurling rocks, but here, how the hell could we know?
  92. He rose ever so slowly, gradually moving until he came to stand by the vizier, who although also visibly shaken, continued to rage, hurling one last threat as they cleared the door.
  93. I stuck my hand out, all while transforming into my real form, hurling him across the floor where he skid a few meters behind before I pounced on him, my fangs ready to nip at his neck.
  94. Meantime, Gabriel, ascending to the main-royal mast-head, was tossing one arm in frantic gestures, and hurling forth prophecies of speedy doom to the sacrilegious assailants of his divinity.
  95. He believed the Devil was with him this very moment and had been for what seemed an eternity, mocking his frailty and hurling a storm of grotesque images against the soft tissues of his brain.
  96. This will be," added Noirtier, with a smile, "one means by which you may a second time save me, if the political balance should some day take another turn, and cast you aloft while hurling me down.
  97. I asked and asked without getting through, so I tried one last time, putting everything I had into it, practically hurling myself off the side of the mountain with the effort, WHERE ARE WE?
  98. Mostly, though, the pen raced over the paper, as if under its own power, hurling lariats of shorthand at the unfettered brilliance of America’s Preeminent Man of Letters—a title Mercer humbly disavowed.
  99. At the same time Napoleon attacked the centre by hurling Quiot's brigade on La HaieSainte, and Ney pushed forward the right wing of the French against the left wing of the English, which rested on Papelotte.
  100. With an ear-shattering roar, the mortar bomb exploded smashing the far end of the stables, hurling huge wood and stone splinters in all directions, and enveloping everything in a massive cloud of choking dust.
  1. He hurled the axe away.
  2. He hurled the towel at me.
  3. Sammy leaped up and hurled.
  4. He hurled his cigarette from.
  5. I was hurled out of Toria’s.
  6. I hurled the pomegranate at him.
  7. In the next second, she hurled.
  8. Really Levi, I hurled on him.
  9. Another Gorn hurled a spear at him.
  10. He and Brent were hurled into the.
  11. She picked up a glass and hurled it.
  12. She'd hurled him across the yard now.
  13. He hurled the paper over his shoulder.
  14. Sam hurled himself against the bolted.
  15. The blue candy sphere was hurled with.
  16. Caramarin hurled himself into the ditch.
  17. And at that instant Conan hurled the ax.
  18. Nasty charges were hurled left and right.
  19. He hurled a small rock with all his might.
  20. He hurled his bag of drugs out the window.
  21. Zeus hurled a bolt into the bottomless gulf.
  22. With a vast rush Grond was hurled forward.
  23. Once more they charged and were hurled back.
  24. Egyptian obscenities could be heard hurled.
  25. Offal and stones were hurled at his knights.
  26. She hurled the severed head across the room.
  27. He hurled the white robes at the homeless men.
  28. Father plucked the shafts and hurled them back.
  29. The prosecutor hurled her notebook at her table.
  30. The bullet missed me and hurled into the bushes.
  31. Grappling-hooks were hurled, and ladders raised.
  32. A kid hurled a bottle at the window of the bank.
  33. I grabbed hold of the slabs of meat and hurled.
  34. Time and time again, she hurled the same names.
  35. Hear me, Poseidon; thou whose arms are hurled.
  36. Caramarin grabbed the two youngsters and hurled.
  37. I was hauled up in the air and hurled to one side.
  38. But the doors lay hurled and twisted on the ground.
  39. Once I saw Steve eating a booger and almost hurled.
  40. He hurled his spear to kill, David’s blood to spill.
  41. I trusted you! She hurled the water at his face.
  42. In a quick sweep Jeff hurled himself out of the window.
  43. He drew a painful breath, and hurled this final word:.
  44. When a stone is hurled into a pond, it creates ripples.
  45. She hurled herself at the bed and flopped onto her side.
  46. The cuirassiers hurled themselves on the English squares.
  47. She hurled the potion into the leaves of the thick hedge.
  48. They yanked at his shoulders and Robin hurled himself up.
  49. Bjorn pelted the device with stones hurled from his sling.
  50. They hurled off the sill, slamming onto the lawn outside.
  51. They hurled it open, turned and raced back to the circle.
  52. To tell you the truth before he hurled the painting I had.
  53. He then hastily hurled in a fastball that registered 78 M.
  54. We rode through quickly while Cuauhtzin hurled invectives.
  55. He climbed to the highest peak of his mansion and hurled.
  56. He hurled a rock in one direction and dashed in the other.
  57. As soon as I gave the okay signal to Corey he hurled the.
  58. The constables grabbed Richard and hurled him to the ground.
  59. And with that he grabbed me and hurled me into a mud puddle.
  60. She hurled more meat to the dogs and turned off the engine.
  61. The warmth of her body comforted him as the wind hurled by.
  62. She slammed the door and hurled herself into the porch chair.
  63. He afterwards gathered the books and hurled them on the fire.
  64. She hurled one in return, and the angry breach was complete.
  65. He raised it over his head and hurled it toward the far wall.
  66. The demon dropped to his knees and hurled obscenities at her.
  67. He swung it on its strap and hurled it into the raging waters.
  68. The officer across from him was hurled against the metal wall.
  69. With a quick snap of her wrist, Allys hurled a wave of needles.
  70. Without any delay whatsoever, he hurled the painting, which by.
  71. But it was impossible to avoid sliding as she hurled her stones.
  72. Simon waited for a moment and then hurled the ball over his head.
  73. He waved a trident and hurled a bag of powder into the cauldron.
  74. MAN!' In a rage he lifted the player and hurled it to the floor.
  75. One of the cousins, Idas, hurled a spear at Castor, killing him.
  76. Suddenly we came to a T-junction and my partner hurled the car.
  77. Egyptian obscenities could be heard hurled at their unseen enemy.
  78. Justin hurled the box out of the window as violently as he could.
  79. Conan snarled a savage curse and hurled his ax with ferocious will.
  80. He was sucked out the hatch; hurled out into space like a rag doll.
  81. I hurled it out of the window, and it disappeared into the Thames.
  82. Then, suddenly, he hurled it at a little fiery pyramid of diamonds.
  83. Even as he was hurled aside, he saw Youssaf's mount flying past at.
  84. I picked up a metal rod that lay on the ground and hurled it at Rage.
  85. Em lifted him over his head with ease and hurled him across the room.
  86. He climbed to the highest peak of his mansion and hurled himself to.
  87. I grabbed a paw full of dirt and then hurled it at the creatures eyes.
  88. Now his position was compromised, he hurled himself over the low wall.
  89. Mitch subconsciously counted floors as he hurled him-210 KEN MERRELL.
  90. Losing all self–control, Ned Land hurled threats and insults at them.
  91. Jenks was hurled forward in his seat, toward the guard across from him.
  92. He hurled the summoner to the ground and shouted a command to his horse.
  93. They howled their indignation and hurled leaves and twigs at the boats.
  94. He grabbed their restraining net and hurled the bundle against the wall.
  95. Finishing it, Sophia’s emotions were hurled to nowhere, all of a sudden.
  96. He screamed again, a formless noise of fury, and hurled himself after it.
  97. The boys took one last mighty stroke and hurled the boat across the line.
  98. The Gypsies threw off their fascination and hurled themselves into action.
  99. One of them hurled his ax at Balthus and rushed after it with lifted knife.
  100. Caramarin leaped out of the Opel, lit the first petrol bomb and hurled it.
  1. He hurls the pebble at Simon.
  2. Marcus picks up War and hurls him at Chaos.
  3. The anthropoid hurls another vehicle, this.
  4. The man cocks his arm, hurls Bolt’s camera in a mighty arc.
  5. Christina crumples the first report into a ball and hurls it into the water.
  6. She gasps as he hurls it into the swimming pool and storms off towards his.
  7. A green player runs out behind Lucas and Glacia hurls her second sphere at him.
  8. The plot to kill George backfires when he hurls Patrick into the falls to his death.
  9. After a minute or two of staring at the box he picks up his mug of tea and hurls it at the wall.
  10. She mops the floor and hurls the broken glass and kitchen roll into the pedal bin by the back door.
  11. It is hard to live with someone who repeatedly hurls himself into the oblivion of alcohol and anger.
  12. As this happens the twelve are caught of guard as a lad from the smaller group grabs a table a hurls it at the bigger group.
  13. As I call out again, something hurls itself at me and throws me down to the ground with the force of a category five hurricane.
  14. My mind is funneled into a narrow beam of radio waves, which Sigma hurls above the atmosphere and into the emptiness of space.
  15. I push open the door just as Tobias, who is sitting on the floor with one leg stretched out, hurls a butter knife at the opposite wall.
  16. All of the wrath that Ulysses had repressed while he was in the cave now returns in full, and Ulysses violently hurls it against Polyphemus.
  17. Lowering the sword, he pulls a knife from his belt and hurls it in the beast’s direction, but the monster vanishes and the knife explodes harmlessly against a tree.
  18. This challenge of titanic scorn Cambronne hurls not only at Europe in the name of the Empire,—that would be a trifle: he hurls it at the past in the name of the Revolution.
  19. It has disappeared; the open spots change place, the sombre folds advance and retreat, a sort of wind from the sepulchre pushes forward, hurls back, distends, and disperses these tragic multitudes.
  20. There is no time, even, really, to be afraid anymore, as Charlie turns to face the outer world and the feathers caress his face and he gathers his last breath and hurls himself into them, the wings, the arms that are also the void.
  21. The shaft into which the river hurls itself is an immense chasm, lined by glistening coal-black rock, and narrowing into a creaming, boiling pit of incalculable depth, which brims over and shoots the stream onward over its jagged lip.
  22. Paul regards this departure from the faith as a departure from Christianity, and hurls upon the heads of its teachers the greater Anathema: If any man preach any other gospel than that which I have preached unto you, let him be anathema (Gal.
  23. The real culprit is a theorist, a bookworm, who, in a tentative kind of way, has done a more than bold thing; but this boldness of his is of quite a peculiar and one-sided stamp; it is, after a fashion, like that of a man who hurls himself from the top of a mountain or church steeple.
  24. In summer, he metamorphoses himself into a frog; and in the evening, when night is falling, in front of the bridges of Austerlitz and Jena, from the tops of coal wagons, and the washerwomen's boats, he hurls himself headlong into the Seine, and into all possible infractions of the laws of modesty and of the police.
  25. Whatever she does, from thunderbolts to headaches, I will not criticise; for if she gives me a headache, is there not pleasure when it leaves off? And if she hurls a thunderbolt at me and I am unexpectedly exterminated, my body shall serve as a basis for fresh life and growth, and shall blossom out presently into an immortality of daisies.
  26. Yogeshwar Krishn has said that he for ever hurls down demoniacal,.

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