Her eldest child spits out a piece of maggoty
At present, I must dry these, so I can only get a very low price, and many fish become maggoty
and unsuitable for sale.
As a boy I used to gather them from under rocks and gently pull the little, thin maggoty
looking creatures from their cases.
Every lovely pair of female pins that beat a merry clip through town seem to be offset by a pair of safari style khaki half-kecks housing a maggoty
pair of white -sometimes hairy, sometimes not -spindly horrors rooted in battered Jesus boots or sockless, smelly, sweaty trainees.
There are ritual baths, churching, shaving heads, denying abortion and contraception, arranged marriage, purdah, barring unclean women access to the altar let alone the priesthood, letting men divorce but not women--all this perverted abhorrence of half the human race lies at the maggoty
heart of religion, the defining creed in all the holy of holies" (Toynbee, 2001, p.
Mouldy bread, maggoty
biscuit, and stinking, rotten, meat, was the most common cause for desertion, even mutiny, on whaling ships sailing out of Hobart later in the century.
was not the great predator who marauded through primordial landscapes but rather a slow, putzy scavenger that poked around the Cretaceous countryside in search of maggoty
Frederick displaying her mother's portrait to a close-up of Hitler's maggoty
face, with superimposed title:
, full of suckholes--one had to watch out for one's feet" (144).
They're dry maggoty
things, but they're not good climbers and if you put them in a bowl, they won't get out
But their success in the game of love helps protect your favorite fruits and vegetables from becoming an icky, maggoty
The difference may have to do with all the marvelously poetic allusions lambs evoke, by contrast with maggoty
animal heads, which evoke none and are, in the idiom of contemporary childhood, simply gross.
Try and halt a moment in our lives and it becomes maggoty
On his own account, Rennie purchased a plantation at Maggoty
Cove Hill, on the east end of St.
I'll let Dahl explain, way better than I can: "If you looked closer still (hold your noses ladies and gentlemen), if you peered deep into the moustachy bristles sticking over his upper lip, you would probably see much larger objects that had escaped the wipe of his hand, things that had been there for months and months, like a piece of maggoty
green cheese or a mouldy old cornflake or even the slimy tail of a tinned sardine.