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“On the instant he leaped for the floor, received a blow on the nose from the heavy whip-handle, and had a blank cartridge fired straight into his nostril.”
“Likewise she looked from brown hand to white -- the one, work-worn and hardened by whip-handle and paddle, the other as guiltless of toil and soft as a newborn babe's.”
“I had a glimpse of Hanssen, who was busy making a whip-handle, as I passed; the soles of his feet were then very prominent.”
“We knew by experience that a solid whip-handle did not last very long.”
“I hit him over the nose with the whip-handle, and tried to take the pemmican from him, but it was not so easy.”
“Hanssen, who was busy making a whip-handle, as I passed; the soles of his feet were then very prominent.”
“He screamed in agony, sat up, twined his fingers in the complexity of lace at her throat, and clubbed her twice with the loaded whip-handle.”
“And perhaps another thing was broken as the whip-handle crushed the consciousness from the girl.”
“It was not long before he reached the cabin, and getting out of his sledge slowly, being stiff from the cold and the cramped position, he knocked on the door with his whip-handle.”
“But she set another task for him, telling him she would marry him if he could peel a block of sandstone and cut a whip-handle from ice without making a single splinter.”
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