We have no meanings for "using the whip" in our records yet.
In the end Arsenal passed the winning-post without either breaking their stride or using the whip.
My horse bore me past the little lady in a flash, although she was using the whip.
She could see him, arms outstretched, haranguing his horses as if they were human beings, but not using the whip.
The overseer was always one of the ring, vigorously using the whip, and seeing that all the slaves did the same.
My mistress was not contented with using the whip, but often pinched their cheeks and arms in the most cruel manner.
A few moments since, and she wished with great intensity that she had been using the whip on his shoulders instead.
The superstar jockey told stewards that although he had stopped using the whip, he had still been pushing with his left hand.
By using the whip, he managed to turn her again in the road, and then he struck her sharply with the lash.
The post-boy was using the whip vigorously as they drew to the top, and then the coach suddenly came to a standstill.
There the driver will sometimes cruelly leave them, when, after his arm aches in using the whip, he finds the animal cannot rise.
There was never a thought of using the whip now; the dogs were bursting with health, and tugged at their harness to get away.
Pandion holds the reins with elegant composure, and urges the horses to a frantic pace by a mere whistle, without ever using the whip.
This checked the horses until Antonio had time to rally them, and, by using the whip with energy, bring them into the road again.
It is possible that the goodwill of some spectators could be restored by a ban on jockeys using the whip to make horses go faster.
Last year, six jockeys were fined a total of $7700 for using the whip excessively - three of which came in the top three places.
But stewards deemed the offence serious enough to suspend jockey Jeff Maund for four meetings after using the whip 13 times before the 100m.
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Using the whip across language varieties