We are flung together by Fate, drawn apart
by Fate--flung together, drawn apart
With livid face he stood, leaning for support against the table; his craven knees wabbling beneath his fat carcass; while his lips were drawn apart
against his yellow teeth in a horrid grimace of awful fear.
The door was already closed, but between the curtains which his hands had drawn apart
, Prince Maiyo was standing in the room which they had just quitted, and there was something in the calm impassivity of his white, stern face which seemed to madden her.
When he looked again they had drawn apart
and were conversing earnestly.
The dogs were drawn apart
, the bull-dog struggling vigorously.
The night was very still, and on such nights, when the traffic thins away, the walker becomes conscious of the moon in the street, as if the curtains of the sky had been drawn apart
, and the heaven lay bare, as it does in the country.
He had drawn apart
one little chink and showed astonishing treasures.
A video provided by the Dutch police showed a naked 1-year-old girl who was hung upside down with her hands tied and legs drawn apart
No matter how much you argue, you cannot be drawn apart
Fincantieri's world-class marine engineers will carefully bisect MSC Sinfonia's hull, after which the two halves of the ships will be slowly drawn apart
So as Sheenu and Sunaina are being drawn apart
, into their lives enters Ayesha (Nargis).
The basics of how a muscle generates power remain the same: Filaments of myosin tugging on filaments of actin shorten, or contract but University of Washington-led research showed that as muscles bulge, the filaments are drawn apart
from each other, the myosin tugs at sharper angles over greater distances, and it's that action that deserves credit for half the change in muscle force scientists have been measuring.
The sides have been drawn apart
, so there is the possibility of a second consecutive all-ENL final at Wembley.
Davis Pruhs's Killacolla Pedro and Derek Knight's Maui Hawk, who each have recorded two gold and one silver (27 points), have been drawn apart
in the two divisions of the Dogs' races, with Pedro set to go for the second division.
THEY are a generation which never saw the bonding that Kashmiri Muslims and Pandits once shared, but when they danced together, it seemed as if the two communities were never separated, never drawn apart
by the militancy and violence in the Valley.