, a pillion, a spinning-wheel, and an old box wide open and stuffed full of coloured rags.
With the spirit of prophecy upon me, I could look into the future and see her erect statues and monuments to her unspeakable Georges and other royal and noble clothes-horses
, and leave unhonored the creators of this world -- after God -- Gutenburg, Watt, Arkwright, Whitney, Morse, Stephenson, Bell.
A tub and a clothes-horse at the other end of the kitchen indicated an intermittent wash of small things also going on.
Having finished her pies, she moved towards the clothes-horse, and said, "Come here and tell me the story I told you on Wednesday, about Cincinnatus."
Over against a London house, a corner house not far from Cavendish Square, a man with a wooden leg had sat for some years, with his remaining foot in a basket in cold weather, picking up a living on this wise:--Every morning at eight o'clock, he stumped to the corner, carrying a chair, a clothes-horse
, a pair of trestles, a board, a basket, and an umbrella, all strapped together.
He was dressed in a greasy flannel gown, with his throat bare; and seemed to be dividing his attention between the frying-pan and the clothes-horse
, over which a great number of silk handkerchiefsl were hanging.
IN the slebby world of haircuts, clothes-horses
and briefly famous "trending" nonentities, it's great to read about real artists.
When they're not clothes-horses
for D & G the Italian FA are offering a pounds 200,000-a-man win bonus.
While many wore garments that left little to the imagination, some of the more hardy clothes-horses
braved January's frosts with only a pair of trousers and a smear of lipstick.
She's taken her seat among the rich and famous fillies who became catalogue clothes-horses
And the design houses expect them to be clothes-horses
for the day.