The tables in the great banqueting room groaned under the weight of
game of all kinds; of venison from the woods, and fish from the lakes, with hunters' delicacies, such as buffalos' tongues, and beavers' tails, and various luxuries from Montreal, all served up by experienced cooks brought for the purpose.
BRIAN RICE could have done with having Celtic or giants in England on speed dial for loan players this week as Caley Thistle's tight squad groaned under the weight of
To Hear The Skylark's Song A Memoir by Huw Lewis THE counter groaned under the weight of
its boxes of Black Jacks, Fruit Salads, Sherbet Fountains, Sweet Cigarettes, and Spanish Gold Sweet Tobacco.
Lamp-posts in the town groaned under the weight of
so many grinning candidates.
The erotic rag groaned under the weight of
raunchy tales, juicy japery and fake yet fiendishly frisky letters.
Behind an ancient wall, apple trees groaned under the weight of
their fruit and herbs like thyme and rosemary bloomed alongside rocket, chard and spinach.
Public transport in Rome groaned under the weight of
an extra 1.
Tables groaned under the weight of
home-made cakes and sandwiches as the WI 'waitresses' nipped about taking orders and pouring tea.
The kitchen table quickly groaned under the weight of
the brochures and letters.
Half an hour later my basket groaned under the weight of
eight pairs of trousers, six shirts, two pairs of shorts, 10 pairs of socks and a pack of three pants.
A row of chefs, frying pans poised, took special orders for the ultimate cooked breakfast, while a huge table groaned under the weight of
Above them, was a lighting rig laden with spot lamps highlighting the gantry which groaned under the weight of
umpteen bottles of vino.
FEW major races have eluded the peerless Sir Michael Stoute, but the great man's sideboard has never groaned under the weight of
a St Leger trophy and I have high hopes that he can correct the omission with the lightly raced Alexius next Saturday.