There was not one straight floor from the foundation to the roof; the ceilings were so fantastically clouded by smoke and dust, that old women might have told fortunes
in them better than in grouts of tea; the dead-cold hearths showed no traces of having ever been warmed but in heaps of soot that had tumbled down the chimneys, and eddied about in little dusky whirlwinds when the doors were opened.
With him dwelt Fenda, his hospitable wife, who told fortunes
, yet pleasantly -- large, round, and black, blacker than any of the children of night, such a dusky orb as never rose on Concord before or since.
Look in the--what was its name when you told fortunes
with your brother that I DON'T like?
He told fortunes
for beer money and briefly hung out with the Burroughs circle in Tangier.
Another was Daisy, which danced, and Dolly, the Shetland pony, which did sums and told fortunes
At the IQ Zoo, chickens danced to rock-and-roll music (see Figure 2) and told fortunes
, raccoons played basketball, rabbits kissed and propelled fire trucks, rabbits and cats played the piano, ducks turned on jukeboxes and strummed guitars, and cockatoos solved math problems (or so it anthropomorphically seemed).
She has told fortunes
for Robert De Niro, George Michael, Bob Geldolf, Uma Thurman and perhaps most notably, the late Princess Diana.
PALMDALE - Teenagers dressed in gowns and faux armor sparred with wooden swords in a mock battle, told fortunes
, sang and acted out Shakespearean scenes for Palmdale High School's annual Renaissance Faire.
CLAIRVOYANT Dee Haynes who told fortunes
to raise money for the earthquake victims of Turkey is to try her hand again after raising pounds 60.
As a child, Victoria Woodhull gave spiritualistic performances, sold patent medicines, and told fortunes
with her traveling family.