I sent him to the rightabout pretty quickly, I can tell you.
No sooner does a man feel his own life and strength swellin' up in him than rightabout he wants to kill things.
Ah, but it is so, or else people would be sent to the rightabout at the second sentence.
After this, the corporal touched his hat, swung round to the rightabout in military style, and left the cabin.
And before I could have thought it possible, he had turned the carriage to the rightabout and we were galloping south.
Now and then a wolf would approach, or a puma, or ocelot; but a shout would send them to the rightabout.
And as she spoke Naomi looked up, and sent her manager to the rightabout with a single stare of contempt and defiance.
I think we have got something to send them to the rightabout, if our shouts fail to drive them away.
“My horse-whip will soon send them to the rightabout, should any of them venture to come near me,” he answered laughing.
Nana announced that if he were to ask her to take another part she would jolly well send him to the rightabout.