References in classic literature ?
On the contrary, we could see nothing of the kind, not at least so as to distinguish one figure from another.
As to the inside, all the walls, instead of wainscot, were lined with hardened and painted tiles, like the little square tiles we call galley-tiles in England, all made of the finest china, and the figures exceeding fine indeed, with extraordinary variety of colours, mixed with gold, many tiles making but one figure, but joined so artificially, the mortar being made of the same earth, that it was very hard to see where the tiles met.
one figure whose movements you follow with at least curiosity?
BEFORE the ring formed round the Old Hell Shaft was broken, one figure had disappeared from within it.
Strictly speaking, Daniel Cooper was one figure of the anglaise.
presented the most perfect picture of despair, distress, anger and fear combined that could possibly be united in one figure.
Once one figures out that the help menu is where the introduction resides, navigating between atlases and the three standard plane view choices (axial, coronal, sagitall) is user-friendly.
But this one figures to be the most hazardous, as Marquez is in the top 10 of most respected pound-for- pound polls.
SIR - The question about the inclusion of 800 Pembrokeshire call centre jobs in Objective One figures has died down but the real issue has not been addressed.
Analysts have been expecting a slowdown for all operators because of the maturity of the market, but the One 2 One figures are likely to fall well behind those from competitors due to report later today.
Only intensive field studies will reveal the extent to which each one figures in particular ecosystems.
Their first fight did 400,000 pay-per-view buys, this one figures to do at least that because their first fight was exciting.