"That's a fine line
," he said at last, indicating with his thumb what pleased him.
If you love Latin, I will repeat you some fine lines
out of Horace, which would inspire courage into a coward.
The fine lines
of the Mary Turner were explained by the fact that she had been built for seal-hunting; and for the same reason on board of her was room and to spare.
From his high perch, one sees before him and below him, a wall of dreary mountains, shorn of vegetation, glaring fiercely in the sun; it fences in a level desert of yellow sand, smooth as velvet and threaded far away with fine lines
that stand for roads, and dotted with creeping mites we know are camel-trains and journeying men; right in the midst of the desert is spread a billowy expanse of green foliage; and nestling in its heart sits the great white city, like an island of pearls and opals gleaming out of a sea of emeralds.
Hence I think there is not much difficulty in understanding the ascent of the fine lines
projected from a spider's spinners, and afterwards of the spider itself; the divergence of the lines has been attempted to be explained, I believe by Mr.
Early in the morning, while all things are crisp with frost, men come with fishing-reels and slender lunch, and let down their fine lines
through the snowy field to take pickerel and perch; wild men, who instinctively follow other fashions and trust other authorities than their townsmen, and by their goings and comings stitch towns together in parts where else they would be ripped.
The vicious cruelty that marred the fine lines
of the mouth had, no doubt, appeared at the very moment that the girl had drunk the poison, whatever it was.
"Never!" All the supremely refined delicacy of tenderness, expressed in so many fine lines
of verse by Carleon Anthony, grew to the size of a passion filling with inward sobs the big frame of the man who had never in his life read a single one of those famous sonnets singing of the most highly civilized, chivalrous love, of those sonnets which .
Putting his broad shoulders against it, he stood as if at bay; he was a comparatively young man, with fine lines
in his lean face and figure and a mop of ragged red hair.
At close quarters the rouged cheekbones, the wrinkles, the fine lines
on each side of the vivid lips, astounded him.
The show celebrates the 10th anniversary of Water Street Studios in Batavia and the 40th anniversary of Fine Line
Creative Arts Center in St.
10,004,680 B2; Mary Kay has patented a method of treating a fine line
or wrinkle that entails topically applying a composition comprising an effective amount of an aqueous extract of Kunzea ericoides leaf to stimulate collagen synthesis in the skin and treat the fine line
The young singer responsible for massive radio smashes and chart hits Finders Keepers and Fine Line
, will travel the country in the winter, with the tour announcement following hot on the heels of the release of her Jax Jones collaboration Ring Ring.
"A Fine Line
" is a novel about a man with a new lease on life, who leads a dual existence.