Oraciones con la palabra "stud"

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  1. This guy was a stud.
  2. You are my hero, my stud.
  3. That’s not what a stud.
  4. John, the stud, turned down.
  5. Come on stud, let's see some speed.

  6. Ace and Stud are each getting their first.
  7. Yes, the stud of the fire department was.
  8. Then I put the clasp on the stud in the back.
  9. A short while later, Stud and Ace left Room X.
  10. You’ve always been a stud; but this is not.
  11. A gold stud winked in the lobe of his left ear.
  12. Ace and Stud have been talking about you non-stop.
  13. The big gay sort of guy called Robert with a stud.
  14. Like it always happens, I earned the tag of a stud.
  15. It was a head shot only of a horse and his stud groom.

  16. Wait! Fiance! I ain't sleepin' with this big black stud.
  17. Peel the second onion, leave whole and stud with the cloves.
  18. Okay, stud, thanks for the potty break, Ashley giggled.
  19. Would it be enough to turn off the stud? As was later to become.
  20. A bearded man with a gold ear stud was smiling at his small joke.
  21. Yes, actually, her boyfriend is a fraternity brother named Stud.
  22. You need to keep growing this out, but otherwise, you are a stud.
  23. Where the bull advances to do his masculine work, where the stud to.
  24. They just elected me a Runner, so you’re buddies with a stud now.
  25. Ace and Stud as they are commonly known were apprehended a short while ago.

  26. Peel the third onion, leave it whole and stud it with the cloves and the bay.
  27. Remember Stud from the Toyota pickup? He was sitting next to Ace my boyfriend.
  28. On the basis of more limited evidence the same stud concluded that between 1973.
  29. I had a Dragoon revolver, a musket and a stud horse that wasn’t afraid to fight.
  30. Stud the onion, that you left whole with the bay leaves and bury in the vegetables.
  31. If we want to play the stud or the smart-ass or the fool, we know the words to say.
  32. He’s not a great stud, polite and considerate with great hands but no huge wow.
  33. Karen was an attractive young thing of 23 who wore heavy gold jewellery and a stud.
  34. And there’s a prime suspect who’s an ex-porn stud and a Teflon-coated sleazeball.
  35. Slice the clove of garlic and stud the meat in different places with the garlic slices.
  36. Girls: persistently refuse the attentions of the Family's carefully selected stud Dog.
  37. Nelson if we’d had it back then he smiled, pressing the stud in his winged collar.
  38. Now, as stud operations manager how long have you been in the employ of Sir Alex?
  39. My name is Helen, she told him, wondering if it was wise to give a stud her name.
  40. The round had struck the dry-wall and driven into it, exposing a bit of the stud behind it.
  41. The nut undid easily, chewing rust off the stud like smoke, instantly swept away in the current.
  42. Then, Ace peered out into the hallway, pulled back and then gave a thumbs-up to his friend Stud.
  43. Such components are the spring, screw (stud) 3, 9 and 10, the indication hand 8 and the scale base.
  44. Her words were silky smooth as she said, Have I ever told you what a handsome stud you are?
  45. If it'd been a young stud, he caustically told himself, maybe the reaction would have been different.
  46. I sat up and pulled the tail of his shirt out of the waistband of his pants and loosened the bottom stud.
  47. While he eats pizza, I tease my fingers through his spiked brown hair and finger the new stud in his ear.
  48. There was a big white dog, meek and a pederast, who would give stud services nevertheless in order to be fed.
  49. It had belonged to a woman in her thirties with long brown hair and a stud piercing the left side of her nose.
  50. The surgeon and the stud manager were engaged in avid conversation, but broke apart as the detectives appeared.
  51. She took the hint and did everything except bat her eyelashes, flash her boobs, and call the guy a big stud muffin.
  52. Your little Texas stud had better stay out of my life or I’ll make him wish he’d never set foot in this state.
  53. The two stud hands and the grounds men were obviously less prepared and though vague carried plenty of credibility.
  54. Then a third, stud hand Lou Strong, was found incinerated in Parkinson’s converted vehicle, to keep us interested.
  55. Because there was one time that I was out of condoms, cause I’m a stud, and we decided to do the pull out method.
  56. It was a steady procession of employees that was mustered to account for everyone with the exception of one stud hand.
  57. He was Lou Strong the stud groom who as such was first in line for the position of stud operations manager under Scully.
  58. One could think that Helen Garlin would be the last female in the world to need to hire a stud in order to please herself.
  59. The guy who told how he was the only stud on a ship of women and how he got pumped on semphaneet and never had to tend sail.
  60. With flames and dense smoke filling the landing and bedroom, they fired two clips each through the stud walls of the bathroom.
  61. He removed his collar, with contained black necktie and collapsible stud, from his neck to a position on the left of the table.
  62. Prince Kuzovlev sat with a white face on his thoroughbred mare from the Grabovsky stud, while an English groom led her by the bridle.
  63. She chuckled and then in a voice of pure seduction she whispered, Well what are you waiting for stud? Take me I’m all yours!.
  64. But I noticed that when the stud said „yes the other passengers except for one female in the back of the Toyota pickup began to laugh.
  65. Ace gave me instructions to stay in Room X until he and Stud left and that under no circumstances should I try to awaken either of the two girls.
  66. She had acquired homes in Palm Beach and South Carolina, and a stud farm in Kentucky, and she and Tony visited all of them during his vacations.
  67. Our sources tell us that Ace and Stud have confessed and that in exchange for a plea agreement theyve agreed to help authorities capture the iPhone kitty.
  68. In the midst of the dudes salacious grinding and pumping of his pelvis back and forth, along with his madman porno stud facial expressions, I tried to stop looking.
  69. There are three extremely dangerous individuals named Ace and Stud on the loose, these two are being hunted down but the thirds exact identity is still being sought.
  70. Scully’s business office in the stable complex became common ground and to the stud master’s disgust Jazz Bryant insisted upon conducting all interviews of staff there.
  71. The second horse says, ‘in my racing career I won thirty-four races in two and a half years, and every time I go to stud my master gets a hundred pounds for it…’.
  72. The stud master’s personality was reflected in the austere presentation of the surroundings where dark leather furniture and bare polished floorboards produced a dull lustre.
  73. Bill Gates is another one: By the time he dropped out of Harvard, he was already a stud programmer because of all the time he had put in writing code since he was an early teen.
  74. The council of chieftains of each community control the matter as surely as the owner of a Kentucky racing stud directs the scientific breeding of his stock for the improvement of the whole.
  75. The good, well-fed, large horses of his own stud had no difficulty in pulling the carriage, and it just rolled over the grass, where it left black marks, and over the mud, without being at all detained.
  76. Two of the troykas were the usual household sleighs, the third was the old count’s with a trotter from the Orlov stud as shaft horse, the fourth was Nicholas’ own with a short shaggy black shaft horse.
  77. Two of the troykas were the usual household sleighs, the third was the old count’s with a trotter from the Orlóv stud as shaft horse, the fourth was Nicholas’ own with a short shaggy black shaft horse.
  78. We must have solicitude on one hand, firmness and power on the other, and he clenched the fat, white, turquoise-ringed fist, which issued out of the starched cuff of his shirt sleeve, fastened with a gold stud.
  79. The wizened little man pictured himself as quite the stud, so to uphold this ideal he conned a doctor friend into providing the hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin, plus instructions and paraphernalia for its use.
  80. He, too, had been objectionable when he realised his motives for being at the property were being brought into question, but like the stud manager he’d been forced to succumb to a discriminate line of interrogation.
  81. More birthday cards and letters, and then I dug up a note that was folded more expertly than the rest, origami’d so it looked almost phallic, which, I supposed, was the intention, as the word STUD was written at the top.
  82. In fact I learned to type in the ballroom of the house – rows of manual typewriters on desks in half the original ballroom; a stud wall completely out of keeping with the original graciously appointed saloon dividing the room into two.
  83. Instead of taking the time to check and see if anybody was still in the structure, they went back to the local saloon, notifying the bartender who, in turn, told the cocktail waitress who leisurely walked over and gave the news to the boys over at the poker table playing five-card stud.
  84. As he was reaching the steps of Bakaleyev's, he suddenly fancied that something, a chain, a stud or even a bit of paper in which they had been wrapped with the old woman's handwriting on it, might somehow have slipped out and been lost in some crack, and then might suddenly turn up as unexpected, conclusive evidence against him.
  85. His steward, who was not a lover of horses, nor well versed in them, on receiving his master’s orders to place the best horses in the stable, selected them from the stud, placed them in stalls, and fed and watered them; but fearing for the valuable steeds, he could not bring himself to trust them to any one, and he neither rode nor drove them, nor did he even take them out.
  1. Some were large, some small, some had towns that we could see, some had ruins of long departed civilizations studding their hillsides.
  1. It was studded with micro-ports.
  2. Now, we were in a valley studded with.
  3. The whole rind was studded with small bristles.
  4. The Shah looked down from his diamond studded chair.
  5. It was big and stout, studded with great iron nails.
  6. The terrain was flat and studded with parched grass.
  7. I noticed a diamond studded golden Rolex on his wrist.
  8. He looked at the ground below him, studded with farms.
  9. The ceiling was studded with white spikes of dripping stone.
  10. It is also studded with jet and gold bronze beads and ornaments.
  11. A cream coloured cat with dark paws and a diamond studded collar.
  12. Before them lay a long lawn of shining grass, studded with golden.
  13. How could the girl who introduced me to studded leather wrist cuffs.
  14. Then he made out the thousands of tiny rings that studded the ceiling.
  15. She wore makeup and a tiara studded with gems framed her long black hair.
  16. At the bottom of the stairs was a twelve-inch thick, iron studded solid oak.
  17. All manner of flotsam and jetsam studded the mist, carried on by the current.
  18. The top of the wall itself was studded with towers and defensive battlements.
  19. Add the with cloves and bay leaves studded onion, bury it in the kale and let.
  20. The pink sand was studded with shell-shaped rocks of various sizes and colours.
  21. He was trembling with fever and cold and his armpits were studded with sores again.
  22. The house was surrounded by green lawns studded with trees and a lush rose garden.
  23. The heavens were still studded with stars, when Hawkeye came to arouse the sleepers.
  24. But I do think we have a diamond studded boring blade that is used for drilling.
  25. At length we came to the last of many studded doors, and the porter beat on it with.
  26. He wore a mantle over his body that was elaborate and ornamental, studded with gold.
  27. Tonight she wore a ruby red dress with faux jewels studded across her enormous bosom.
  28. Behind the bulldozers came the earthmovers, and behind them came the studded levelers.
  29. The universe and nature are one big void, studded here and there with small particles.
  30. Beyond, there were another million lights, a diamond studded backdrop of North Vancouver.
  31. From the Romanov collection there was the Imperial cape, studded with diamonds and other gems.
  32. At his side stood a fishing basket, corked round the top and studded with lethal-looking hooks.
  33. Both my parents studded and flabbergasted; they gazed me as something had had happened with me.
  34. Al-Anabar Province, the area that contained the city, was studded with insurgents of various forms.
  35. It was the blue chiffon dress, diamond studded, neatly packed inside with a special note from Rex.
  36. Reluctantly, Sosha snatched the money then placed it haphazardly into his metal studded, black purse.
  37. And there indeed was a trunk with rounded lid, covered with red morocco and studded with steel nails.
  38. Then he turned round and cast a glance of anguish toward heaven which was becoming studded with stars.
  39. The pink diamond studded stuffed animal had a letter in its hands and a gold key tied around its neck.
  40. A gold base with embedded diamonds was topped by a scalloped band of gold studded with smaller diamonds.
  41. He saw the Mayor’s assistant on the end of a lead, naked apart from the studded collar around his neck.
  42. Clarity shook hands, made a reverence and admired the womanś high cut Channel dress studded with diamonds.
  43. Joan clear’d away the Soup-Dishes and Isobel brought out a fine Pudding studded with Currants and Raisins.
  44. We entered the dusty city and drove past suburbs of one and two-storey houses, studded regularly with mosques.
  45. At the feet of the trees, and all about the green hillsides the grass was studded with small golden flowers.
  46. A lion is not king of the jungle because he is wearing and precious robes or golden crown studded with jewels.
  47. Her eyes appeared as gigantic blue sapphires and her eyebrows nose and ears were studded with giant amethysts.
  48. These wholesome muffins are studded with raisins, walnuts, and the comforting taste of apples and brown sugar.
  49. Al-Anabar Province, the area that contained the city, was studded with insurgents of various forms.
  50. The streets were lined with beautiful houses all built of green marble and studded everywhere with sparkling emeralds.
  51. In front of them, and at the end of the road of yellow brick, was a big gate, all studded with emeralds that glittered.
  52. Either way, it should be simpler than producing studded shells, and considerably less expensive than using wrought iron.
  53. A slight hiss built into a deafening roar of rushing air as the outer hatchway opened on to an empty blackness studded with.
  54. Feel this, says Harold Bazin, and crouches and brings her hand to a curved wall which is completely studded with snails.
  55. I can look back through my memories and find past years studded with horrible black nights on which I woke up and was afraid.
  56. Reoren parried the flurry of strikes from the minotaurs and counter-attacked with a studded mace, similar to the one Bors used.
  57. Yea, sorry, I just don't think I'm that interesting, not compared to big corporate takeovers and super star studded premiers.
  58. The blood-red mask was studded with sparkling diamonds, and there were real red and white roses pinned to my white powered wig.
  59. Ah! what a beautiful blue theatre all studded with unexpected flashes! Boum! Boum! extraordinary show! Raise your eyes, boobies.
  60. By degrees the wind abated, vast gray clouds rolled towards the west, and the blue firmament appeared studded with bright stars.
  61. His gauntlets hung from his belt, and a small but very ornate crown graced his head, gleaming gold and silver and studded with jewels.
  62. Her gown was the hue of the night sky: black and indigo, and studded with what looked like stars, but he surmised were little diamonds.
  63. Two archers stood near the edge, each wearing full studded armor covered by red and blue livery, firing arrows down onto the Anduain invaders.
  64. Jane! Madeline’s hot-pink silk cocktail dress was studded with green rhinestones and had a huge pink-satin bow tied around her waist.
  65. Quite sedately they walked down the path until a big hydrangea bush, studded thickly with great clumps of blossoms, screened them from the house.
  66. The island was deserted, and the sun seemed to cover it with its fiery glance; afar off, a few small fishing boats studded the bosom of the blue.
  67. Vincent long ago remarked that Batrachians (frogs, toads, newts) are never found on any of the many islands with which the great oceans are studded.
  68. If the earthquake did not time it we should know where to place poor Wat, sitting in his form, the cry of hounds, the studded bridle and her blue windows.
  69. The Turkish flags, as well as some curiosities taken from the Kremlin, and the image of the Holy Virgin studded with diamonds, have been forwarded to Paris.
  70. And so it was; there was a good-sized box under the bed, at least a yard in length, with an arched lid covered with red leather and studded with steel nails.
  71. That beaming tropical elf wore a white tunic and sandals that contrasted brightly with his black hair and skin, as did his pearl studded gold crown of office.
  72. And so it was; there was a good‐sized box under the bed, at least a yard in length, with an arched lid covered with red leather and studded with steel nails.
  73. Another crate contained table cloths richly embroidered with fine gold, cushions studded with precious gems, and clocks and writing sets made in gold and silver.
  74. The rear stalls were crammed with girls swooning for N’Sync, while the front stalls were studded with suave presenters, wheeler-dealers, and glittering nominees.
  75. Before me, across an inlaid floor of tile studded with polished gems, rose a series of steps to a platform from which massive pillars rose to bolster the ceiling of the native rock.
  76. After six more minutes of that treatment, and with her front covered with red welts and bleeding scratches from the studded belt, Farah passed out, to the disappointment of the Russian.
  77. The belt was studded full of three and a half inch magnum shotgun shells for the pump shotgun that I held in my left hand with the barrel of the shotgun resting back against my shoulder.
  78. Girls are incurable on the subject of marriage, and all that we wise men can say will not prevent the waistcoatmakers and the shoe-stitchers from dreaming of husbands studded with diamonds.
  79. David had secured a silver diamond studded tiara into place, and she finished off her look with emerald-coloured velvet gloves, a gorgeous aquamarine shoal, and a pink rose pinned to her dress.
  80. About ten feet from the spot where he and the stranger were, the roof had given way, leaving a large round opening, through which might be seen the blue vault of heaven, thickly studded with stars.
  81. There is something impressive about the grim solitudes of Estremadura; and if the plains of Leon and Old Castile are bald and dreary, they are studded with old cities renowned in history and rich in relics of the past.
  82. They reached the deeper trench and broke formation as they began to climb down and then up the other side, which was higher and studded with sharpened stakes and the littered bodies of those slain throughout the night.
  83. It was impossible to mistake the scene of the young lady's adventure, for the road runs between the open heath on one side and an old yew hedge upon the other, surrounding a park which is studded with magnificent trees.
  84. Suddenly entering the forecourt of an ancient mosque, the huge studded gates of the old fort, or peering into the courtyard of a sultan’s palace are memories that stick with me because of their complete unexpectedness.
  85. Until now, it had been undecided whether the supper should take place in the dining-room, or under a long tent erected on the lawn, but the beautiful blue sky, studded with stars, had settled the question in favor of the lawn.
  86. On the other hand, it’s enough softer than wrought iron that it should expand into the shallower rifling grooves we’re using without the need for the pre-rifling Brother Sylvestrai’s suggested or the heretics’ studded shell bodies.
  87. It was an odd and charming shrub with a long stem, whose numerous branches, bristling and leafless and as fine as threads, were covered with a million tiny white rosettes; this gave the shrub the air of a head of hair studded with flowers.
  88. They sat wide-eyed, gazing around the room at the other diners—international Olympic officials; well-heeled Americans and Brits; elegant German women in flowing evening gowns of silk or chiffon, sleek lamé, or satin studded with sequins.
  89. In those wagons in chests, hardly closed, and some, even, half-open, amid a hundred dazzling caskets, was that ancient crown of France, studded with diamonds, surmounted by the carbuncle of royalty, by the Regent diamond, which was worth thirty millions.
  90. It was ten o'clock at night; the branches of the great trees in the garden of the count's house stood out boldly against the azure canopy of heaven, which was studded with golden stars, but where the last fleeting clouds of a vanishing storm yet lingered.
  91. So, at great expense, he constructed a bronze hollow globe studded with thick glass observation portals to protect him from the unsavoury vapours of the deep mist (and any of the monstrosities which called it home and Grumble dinner) and a sampling hatch.
  92. The old grass looked greener, and the young grass thrust up its tiny blades; the buds of the guelder-rose and of the currant and the sticky birch-buds were swollen with sap, and an exploring bee was humming about the golden blossoms that studded the willow.
  93. On top was an elevation of a treeless waterfront, your typical urban minefield, but overlaid with a transparent dream-city: green meadows studded with retail kiosks, mansarded condos with hanging gardens, two beaming office towers, and that stadium she’d seen a model for at New Year’s.
  94. Though misapprehensions and outright fantasies are attributable to Richard Groskoph and his author, The Fireworkers, Part 1 is studded with bits of pyrotechnic detail, lore, taxonomy, mise-en-scène, and bibliana taken from Fireworks, George Plimpton’s beautiful book on the subject.
  95. Looking to the existing oceans, which are thrice as extensive as the land, we see them studded with many islands; but hardly one truly oceanic island (with the exception of New Zealand, if this can be called a truly oceanic island) is as yet known to afford even a remnant of any palaeozoic or secondary formation.
  96. The count soon mastered the mechanism, the gate opened, and he then found himself in a little garden, about twenty feet long by twelve wide, bounded on one side by part of the hedge, which contained the ingenious contrivance we have called a gate, and on the other by the old tower, covered with ivy and studded with wall-flowers.
  97. Never had the sky been more studded with stars and more charming, the trees more trembling, the odor of the grass more penetrating; never had the birds fallen asleep among the leaves with a sweeter noise; never had all the harmonies of universal serenity responded more thoroughly to the inward music of love; never had Marius been more captivated, more happy, more ecstatic.
  98. Eighteen hundred years before this unfortunate man, the mysterious Being in whom are summed up all the sanctities and all the sufferings of humanity had also long thrust aside with his hand, while the olive-trees quivered in the wild wind of the infinite, the terrible cup which appeared to Him dripping with darkness and overflowing with shadows in the depths all studded with stars.
  99. On the contrary, he must attack and fall upon them with a gallant bearing and a fearless heart, and, if possible, vanquish and destroy them, even though they have for armour the shells of a certain fish, that they say are harder than diamonds, and in place of swords wield trenchant blades of Damascus steel, or clubs studded with spikes also of steel, such as I have more than once seen.
  100. For several seconds, Jean Valjean was irresistibly overcome by that august and caressing serenity; such moments of oblivion do come to men; suffering refrains from harassing the unhappy wretch; everything is eclipsed in the thoughts; peace broods over the dreamer like night; and, beneath the twilight which beams and in imitation of the sky which is illuminated, the soul becomes studded with stars.
  1. They want to keep studs.
  2. He took a look at the wheel studs.
  3. The studs of the new room were up.
  4. This side still had un-sheetrocked studs.
  5. They had leather bracelets with brass studs.
  6. Liam, maybe you could invite some hot young studs.
  7. A bunch of want to be studs; what about the denial or the.
  8. The oak shaft two inches across and covered in brass studs.
  9. Humans aren’t as pretty as cats are, that’s why the studs.
  10. The wooden studs had been inside the walls for over sixty years.
  11. Setting the studs by their tenons in the mortises according as they.
  12. But they do say she has studs and rings in the most awkward of places.
  13. She had just about come into flower and the big studs were checking her out.
  14. I could see his staring eyes and gleams of light on his studs and watch chain.
  15. The small cubby fit just between two wall studs and was two feet high but used.
  16. Franticly forcing her diamond studs into her ear lobes, she started for the steps.
  17. It had plain looking pink eyes and black studs on its elbows, knees and shoulders.
  18. Bingo, he said, the way the studs have sheared off is exactly the same on both of them.
  19. The other unpops the studs of white nylon fabric gathered above a tiny stretched pelmet of skirt.
  20. A clean, dandified shirt of fine linen with gold studs peeped out under the collar of the dressing-gown.
  21. Cables and connections covered the wall, all attached to a sheet of plywood anchored securely to the studs.
  22. At some point recently, though, her earlobes had lost their elasticity and the gold studs pulled them downward.
  23. USA (2007: Progressive Press – Joshua Tree, CA) Studs Terkel – The Good War: An Oral History of World.
  24. It was exciting, but Lionel found that the studs on the player's boots kept treading through him, which really hurt.
  25. The studs she and the children had bought for William were in his shirt-front; he wore one of William's dress shirts.
  26. I had got ready long beforehand a good shirt, with white bone studs; my overcoat was the only thing that held me back.
  27. She ran a comb through her hair, and exchanged her gold studs for a pair of imitation pearl earrings and matching necklace.
  28. It featured spiky studs which were punctuated by stitched leather and a sitting peep toe, elastic sling back and the signature red sole.
  29. In half a second, I held a shimmering bronze sword with a double-edged blade, a leather-wrapped grip, and a flat hilt riveted with gold studs.
  30. We found two of them, Webber said, with only two wheel studs remaining I would assume that whoever did this took the other two nuts with them.
  31. After each couple courses were fitted in this manner, his father would take straw and pack it into the spaces made by the studs and the two wall sides.
  32. Her total count is continually changing as her studs and rings grow out and she adds new ones, but she has been pierced at least 4,225 times since 2000.
  33. Black t-shirt, black leather pants, black boots with a black belt that had metal studs and a chain that ran around to what I would assume is his wallet.
  34. We may be able to salvage some of the barrel shop, but the entire roof’s gone, and every bit of wooden framing—rafters, studs, floors: everything—is pretty much shot.
  35. This time she was wearing white jeans with metal studs on the trim, a light green silky blouse and a sleeve-less shiny jacket with the collars wide around her neck like a frill.
  36. Tonight, though, in something of a rarity, she was wearing jeans – albeit with pumps, a pearl necklace, tastefully sized diamond studs, and a gardenia artfully pinned in her hair.
  37. The door flung open, and Uther strode in, his emerald green outfit highlighted with small metal studs which flashed in the light of the many candles which were positioned around the room.
  38. The women arranged the kerchiefs on their heads and let down their skirts, and stood looking with surprise at the clean gentleman with gold studs to his sleeves who was entering their house.
  39. When Harry had five courses of the floor planking completed, the cross-members of the roof, and all round the upright studs of the walls were in place, and the little room was ready for sheathing.
  40. Bambridge was finding it worth his while to say many impressive things about the fine studs he had been seeing and the purchases he had made on a journey in the north from which he had just returned.
  41. Claire had seen thousands of diagrams of residential walls: the siding on the exterior, the thin wood sheeting for strength, the thick layer of insulation tucked between the wooden studs, the Sheetrock.
  42. To compensate for the fact that she could no longer wear an earring in her right ear, she had her left ear pierced again, and wore two simple amethyst studs, because they helped her feel closer to Claire.
  43. Wood rafters and joists and studs cracked like the whips of the gods, structural metal squealed as it was deformed by the initial shock wave, and what window glass had not shattered in the first blast shattered now.
  44. Two of the wheel studs are gone, Brian said, a car travelling at high speed when a wheel came off would probably lose all the wheel studs but at thirty miles per hour the wheel wouldn’t snap them off like this.
  45. For he had grown to be a man, and was about to be immersed in things--as indeed the chambermaid, emptying his basin upstairs, fingering keys, studs, pencils, and bottles of tabloids strewn on the dressing-table, was aware.
  46. He traced his finger along the side, over the top and around the base of the crystal—even going so far as to examine the multiple metal studs that bordered the length of the band—but nothing he touched could have broken his skin.
  47. We’ll have to cast our projectiles with the same grooved bases and fit them with a seal, after all, but Brother Sylvestrai suggested we could still dispense with the rifling studs the heretics rely on if we used a wrought-iron skirt or shoe the same diameter as the shell but stamped around its rim to take the rifling.
  48. And when that functionary appeared before him, he bade him without delay set about making a new leg, and directed the mates to see him supplied with all the studs and joists of jaw-ivory (Sperm Whale) which had thus far been accumulated on the voyage, in order that a careful selection of the stoutest, clearest-grained stuff might be secured.
  49. They stacked up the cakes thus in the open air in a pile thirty-five feet high on one side and six or seven rods square, putting hay between the outside layers to exclude the air; for when the wind, though never so cold, finds a passage through, it will wear large cavities, leaving slight supports or studs only here and there, and finally topple it down.
  50. But then, by and by, with practice, his mind would forget about the foot on the unfamiliarly s haped gas-pedal, about his hand reaching out for the lever in the complicated configuration of the gear-box, about his eyes searching for the rearview-mirrors, about the spring-coils, clamps, studs and other parts sending his messages to the big machinery in front.
  51. Every living soul in town gathered on the streets to see us go, wonder in the eyes of some as they watched us mount our horses, a flash from Arthur’s bear-shield as the shining rim of it caught the spring sunlight, the rings of his armour flashing fast, the light striking the silver studs on his sword belt, the hilt of his Armorican sword alive and red for blood.

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