In the corner was his famous rucksack with cleaned -up pots and pans all fitting into one another in a com pact unit and all tied and put away inside a knotted -up blue bandana.
A bluish ribbon of light stretching left to right across the picture might be a knot of gas ejected by the supernova.
Red a knot in one's heart often rises to begin to a bit forcedly hoary head is shown later all round the mouth and fluctuation lip still swells, be how to return a responsibility?
As a knot tightens, it draws any slack rope into itself, so that if the tail sticking out of the knot is too short, it may disappear with dire consequences.
In the tomb's far corner, Galaeron found a knotted rope leading down into a freshly opened hole.
Paste the wrap around your body and tie a knot around the side of your chest; double knot so that it’ll secure your dress not to slip off;
There is a little a knot in one's heart on my arm, not urticant also do not ache, on ointment is good, but do not wipe came out again, without color.
Dehn showed how a presentation of the group of a knot can be read off from a projection of the knot into a plane.
He slung the new collarless, buttonless jacket over his shoulders and tied the two sleeves in a knot on his chest as if he were carrying a pack on his back.
Music has charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.