She took care to do everything according to the old woman's bidding and every time she made the bed she shook it with all her might, so that the feathers flew
about like so many snowflakes.
when an unwelcome Christmas treat arrived at one unfortunate reader's door.
Everyone was to blame, but at the end of the day a weariness took over and I concluded my piece by saying, 'As the sun went down, even the bad spirit waned, but for Aquilla, all the feathers flew
in the wrong direction.' When translated and printed, it read, 'Aquilla played like men diseased.' 'This is the new journalism,' Carwyn explained, with poker face.
amid fears the glasses had been stolen until it emerged they had been accidentally broken and were awaiting repair.
when Gilbert the Gull tried to rally some noisy support as his team Torquay United let in Grimsby Town's third goal in a 3-2 home defeat.
Some people got so enthusiastic about the event that their pillows ripped and feathers flew
into the air.
Rare big cat likes to leap for his lunch FEATHERS flew
and crowds cheered as Twycross Zoo held its first ever "carcass feed".
With every step his beautiful feathers flew
through the air."
The Chronicle told how Mr Dingwall was alleged to have attacked GMB chief Mr Brennan with bites and punches after feathers flew
in an argument over Mr Dingwall's pigeons.
A few feathers flew
out and landed on the floor near their feet.
But feathers flew
during Coleen Nolan's dismal dance with a burlesque boa.
at the quarterfinal cup tie when a mystery woman turned up with the bird in a cage.
after Henry returned to his love nest at Loch Garten, near Aviemore, two weeks ago to find his flighty mate had coupled up with an older rogue male called VS.
Loose silver eagle feathers flew
like dust as they attacked and transferred their chewy chopped salmon from talons to tummies.
between Lydia and Ed, 57, after a series of fights in front of customers.