You, out! she belted at the death dealer, who leaned his hip against the counter and managed to fill up the entrance to the kitchen.
"Enough, enough, enough!" she belted with a shove.
Almost done! she belted and scrambled up to lock the door.
She straddled the chair as she belted out the last note.
His body afire, Darian belted out a laugh of pain-filled triumph.
The ship's captain belted orders to his sun burnt crew, and Taran turned, his dark hair tossed in the sea breeze.
Once again, he was the Sirian she remembered, the man she worshipped as a child as he belted orders to the army.
Lord William Howard (1563-1640), the "belted Will" of Scott's Lay and the "bauld Willie" of more authentic legend, was another of the sons of the fourth duke and Margaret Audley.
In place of the belted kilt of the men we find a belted panier or polonaise, considerably elongated in front, worn by Aegean women; and Mackenzie shows that this was repeated several times until it formed the compound skirt with a number of flounces which is represented on many Mycenaean gems. On a fresco discovered at Phaestus (Hagia Triada) (fig.
Overlooking the inner lowland in a well-defined slope dissected by many inland-flowing streams, and descending from its broad crest very gently seaward, thus giving ri~e to what has been called a belted coastal plain, in which the relief is arranged longitudinally and the upland member, with its very unsymmetrical slopes, has sometimes been called a cuesta.
The special features of the Gulf Plain are the peninsular extension of the plain in Florida, the belted arrangement of relief and soils in Alabama and in Texas, and the Mississippi embayment or inland extension of the plain half-way up the course of the Mississippi river, with the Mississippi flood plain there included.
A typical example of a belted coastal plain is found in Alabama and the adjacent part of Mississippi.
An electric motor, belted to a screw (1 or 1') connected with the spectroheliograph, is then started.'
It is belted by a zone of birch woods, with occasional mountain-ash and aspen, varying in width from about 20 m.
Nicholas, in his old lady's dress over which he had belted his hussar overcoat, stood in the middle of the sleigh, reins in hand.
In the shed everyone was ready, dressed, belted, shod, and only awaited the order to start.