Crouching on all-fours, he peered below the cloud of smoke toward the crest of the hill where the battery was.
Before they could do so, however, the bear dropped back on all-fours.
He picked them up, getting down on all-fours so as not to miss one.
The start was begun again—this time cautiously and on all-fours.
Pretty soon she met a little brown Gnome, running along on all-fours, and turning somersaults, as all Gnomes do.
Claude entertained an idea of making him pose on all-fours in future.
Then he advanced again on all-fours; and so by slow degrees he worked himself up to the spot at which he aimed.
In the evenings he would sit and smoke a pipe, or play “all-fours.”
Food would be laid down before them and kneeling, or on all-fours like dogs, they had to pick it up with their teeth.
Now this is quite on all-fours with the question of miracles.