While the thin slithers
of apple are lacking in taste they do add texture and the tiny blueberries add a sweet zing.
A snake subjected to such vexations sometimes slithers
off to lurk somewhere else.
She bumps her head gently against the door, then slithers
and squirms underneath the desk.
Morris captures animal movement with wit and inventiveness: snake (Mireille Radwan-Dana) slithers
along the river bank, peacock (Shawn Gannon) struts with arms crooked back like wings, blue jay (David Leventhal) flits and darts.
that, buried, must outlast predatious slithers
I'M NEVER GUNNER LIVE THIS DOWN: Comrades watch as the trooper slithers
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Not for Epstein and Kahn, who introduce another dozen or so significant characters as the story slithers
Everything seems futile, save the dandylike celebration of idleness, the wordplay that slithers
between the deliberately uncertain brushstrokes.
It was also necessary to design structural remedies to be as noninvasive as possible: 'stitching' across fractures to columns using stone slithers
to bridge the fractures, and drilling about 3m through the entablature to arrest previous fracture and movement.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta lists botulism as one of the six most dangerous bioterrorism slithers
His Carmen features a cigar-smoking woman who slithers
and struts through a male corps de ballet.
Destroyer, 2003, confronts us with what looks like the underbelly of some prehistoric crustacean as it slithers
up from the tendrils of flame at the work's bottom border.