In the city of Ch`ang-an, with its triple rows of glittering walls with their tall towers uprising at intervals, its seven royal palaces all girdled with gardens, its wonderful Yen tower nine stories high, encased in
marble, the drum towers and bell towers, the canals and lakes with their floating theatres, dwelt Ming Huang and T`ai Chen.
His tail was encased in
a blue silk covering, which was to protect it from the rain.
I see already his muscular calves encased in
the gaiters episcopal.
At times it was necessary to ride along with hats covered with mosquito netting, and hands encased in
One evening on board a Mississippi steamboat, a boy of ten years lay asleep in a berth--a long, slim-legged boy, he was, encased in
quite a short shirt; it was the first time he had ever made a trip on a steamboat, and so he was troubled, and scared, and had gone to bed with his head filled with impending snaggings, and explosions, and conflagrations, and sudden death.
Copper pipes connecting the 6,000-gallon fuel tank to an emergency generator were not protected against corrosion, for example by being encased in
PVC piping or by other means, Greco said.
The first phase, the above-ground equipment at missile alert facilities, included an EHF antenna encased in
a 40,000-pound reinforced steel shelter on top of a 60,000-pound concrete foundation.
LANCASTER - People can sip lattes, listen to blues music and watch plays by a Nobel Prize winner depicting a woman buried up to her neck in dirt and actors encased in
The STA presented Silverstein with a piece of rebar from Ground Zero encased in
a clear acrylic block and engraved with the words "Never Forget 9-11-01" for his diligence in the rebuilding process.
Jim's friend Jubilee, for example, is one hell of a masking joker who specializes in taming down his murderous resentment and rebutting white supremacy in riotous, anarchic laughter; rejecting the evident hostility encased in
white amusement at minstrel antics, Jubilee spits it back in grins and watermelon rinds--until at last he explodes in righteous violence.
5-mile strip of high-intensity stadium lights, backed in Kevlar to keep them from being shot out, their poles encased in
metal girders to protect them from arsonists.
In the third solo the arms are encased in
heavy sleeves of lead.
Running 51 miles, the river is only a hint of the waterway that created Los Angeles, and was encased in
concrete as the city sprawled.