Police squadrons had to form a “flying wedge” to break through the crowd to rescue blacks besieged in the park.
The flying wedge of Manfred's knights had pushed itself deep into the French line, but then had come to a stop.
And those were the days of the flying wedge and two forty-five minute halves with only ten minutes intermission!
Coburn zestfully let himself be thrown out, while Dillon roared and tried to get at him through the flying wedge of waiters.
Here, Miss Jinny, squeeze in before me—there's a chance to get inside if we form a flying wedge.
Waiting for the suburban car that night in the little Lake town, I mentioned the flying wedge.
He meant to imitate in some degree the flying wedge used upon the football field with such good effect.
For the team could refrain from conflict no longer, and charged like a flying wedge to worry the dying foe.
I leaped into the car at the head of a flying wedge of sinful, unmystical men, who knew nothing of infinite beauty and peace.
Making it four downs instead of three has led to a more open game, and the flying wedge has been done away with altogether.