and shoulder-blades stood out like the bones under the hide of a dead steer left in the fields.
Her masts--cut somewhere on the coast of Japan, where her original ones were lost overboard in a gale --her masts stood stiffly up like the spines
of the three old kings of Cologne.
Bear in mind, too, that under these untoward circumstances he has to cut many feet deep in the flesh; and in that subterraneous manner, without so much as getting one single peep into the ever-contracting gash thus made, he must skilfully steer clear of all adjacent, interdicted parts, and exactly divide the spine
at a critical point hard by its insertion into the skull.
He kept rushing the matador, who always slipped smartly and gracefully aside in time, waiting for a sure chance; and at last it came; the bull made a deadly plunge for him - was avoided neatly, and as he sped by, the long sword glided silently into him, between left shoulder and spine
- in and in, to the hilt.
If she had been friends with Colin she would have run to show him her presents at once, and they would have looked at the pictures and read some of the gardening books and perhaps tried playing the games, and he would have enjoyed himself so much he would never once have thought he was going to die or have put his hand on his spine
to see if there was a lump coming.
Sarah has something the matter with her spine
, poor girl.
Then he lifted the spear in his hand, and drove it down between the shoulders to the spine
, and of a sudden the great buffalo staggered, stopped, and fell dead.
I remember a growth of thorny plants, with spines
that stabbed like pen-knives.
Something of a load; but Kory-Kory was a very strong man for his size, and by no means brittle in the spine
The back was flat and nearly white, and from it there extended upwards of six spines
, about half the length of the whole body.
Then she has a sage-green robe, "mystic, wonderful," all embroidered with subtle devices and flowers, and birds of tender tint; very straight and tight in front, and adorned behind, along the spine
, with large, strange, iridescent buttons.
At the same instant a terrific detonation split the ears; and when I rose on the next bald billow, where the ship lay burning a few seconds before, there remained but a red-hot spine
that hissed and dwindled for another minute, and then left a blackness through which every star shone with redoubled brilliance.
I went off, without waiting for serving men, and unsaddled my horse, and washed such portions of his ribs and his spine
as projected through his hide, and when I came back, behold five stately circus tents were up--tents that were brilliant, within, with blue, and gold, and crimson, and all manner of splendid adornment
These images of voluptuousness made him clench his fists, and a shiver run along his spine
Grown careless from months of continued safety, during which time he had seen no dangerous animals during the daylight hours, he had left his rifles and revolvers all within the little cabin, and now that he saw the great ape crashing through the underbrush directly toward him, and from a direction which practically cut him off from escape, he felt a vague little shiver play up and down his spine