We are taken ashore and forced to run the gantlet of rows of soldiers while military TV films us.
A few of us followed in their wake, running a gantlet of cops trying to stop us for no reason they could reasonably explain.
Running that gantlet is a thankless task for a centrist candidate in a time of rabid RINO hunting.
The trail wound between those same sheds and corrals, a gantlet two hundred yards long that one must run or turn back.
"We'd best hurry, Peggy," he said, urging her toward the gantlet.
They would then have to steam in behind those batteries and run the gantlet of the batteries ashore.
I have heard the story of your running the gantlet and surprising the road-agents.
The gantlet began in the usual fashion an hour later, and throughout all that long, dismal morning it was a continual skirmish.
He knew that they would not kill him in the gantlet; they would save him for the fire.
So be it—we but accept the gantlet, which has been flung in our faces.