Broke right in the middle, where you notched your big sticks together.
We had big sticks and the woods were thick at the sides of the road.
They all had big sticks, some had bars of iron, and we had to run the gauntlet of this,—of course I could not do so.
Finally, as he pulled away two big sticks, he saw something that made him whistle with surprise.
It was surprising how fast the big sticks grew into firewood under their axes and saws.
What joy in seeing the big sticks break into glowing coals, darting out new tongues of flame to lick up the escaping embers!
The children have big sticks of candy as large as they can carry--and there is no talk of conservation of supplies anywhere.
He put on new buttons to keep up the sashes, and so banished the big sticks from the wood-pile that had been used to prop them up.
Those barbarians of the sea had come swaggering along the streets waving their big sticks.
Close to the tarantass stood two figures in long cloaks, armed with big sticks, and speaking to each other in an unknown tongue.