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" ... skill. This was the last prize on the field, and on the last throw for that prize the victory of the day depended, which each of the two champions was alike vehemently bent to reave from the grasp of the other. They eyed each other with looks askance,... "
Winter Evening Tales: Collected Among the Cottagers in the South of Scotland - 第 17 頁
James Hogg 著 - 1821 - 340 頁
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Wrestliana; Or, An Historical Account of Ancient and Modern Wrestling

W. Litt - 1823 - 170 頁
...other. They eyed each other with looks askance, and with visible tokens of jealousy ; rested for a minute or two, wiped their brows, and then closed....complaisant, although it appeared to every one beside, that Cannichael meant to take him at a disadvantage. At length they fell quiet; set their joints steadily,...
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Wrestliana; Or, An Historical Account of Ancient and Modern Wrestling

W. Litt - 1823 - 170 頁
...other. They eyed each other with looks askance, and with visible tokens of jealousy ; rested for a minute or two, wiped their brows, and then closed....complaisant, although it appeared to every one beside, that Carmichael meant to take him at a disadvantage. At length they fell quiet ; set their joints steadily,...
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Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the ...

Pierce Egan - 1832 - 414 頁
...visible tokens of jealousy, rested for a minute or two, wiped their brows and then closed. Carmichacl was extremely hard to please of his hold, and caused...complaisant, although it appeared to every one beside that Carmichael meant to take him at a disadvantage. At length they fell quiet, set their joints steadily,...
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Pierce Egan's Book of Sports, and Mirror of Life: Embracing the Turf, the ...

Pierce Egan - 1832 - 414 頁
...the other. They eyed each other with looks askance, and with visible tokens of jealousy, rested for a minute or two, wiped their brows and then closed....caused his antagonist to lose his grip three or four tiroes, and change his position. Polmood was, however, highly complaisant, although it appeared to...
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