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  1. My plan was to sketch.
  2. We had a sketch of a plan.
  3. She carried a sketch pad.
  4. Here was a sketch for Mr.
  5. He handed me Evan's Sketch.

  6. No, I only sketch a little.
  7. That’s what I sketch with.
  8. Will put down his sketch pad.
  9. You could call it a rough sketch.
  10. They have a very old sketch of me.
  11. The bird sketch holds my attention.
  12. Nefer made it from your sketch.
  13. She fills pages of her sketch pad.
  14. He handed him a sketch of a Ferengi.
  15. To sketch myself that I have tried.

  16. The sketch is of the marjoram plant.
  17. It was Sophia’s latest sketch pad.
  18. It looks like the sketch of a plant.
  19. Santa slid his sketch across the table.
  20. Ken started to sketch out plans for a.
  21. It was an old sketch I found in my box.
  22. In the Egyptian hieroglyph sketch copy.
  23. This is a sketch of the control panel.
  24. The Richard Stallman character sketch is.
  25. He frowned down at the dogeared sketch map.

  26. Beneath it is a sketch of a bird in flight.
  27. He has just endured the 'Dead Slug' sketch.
  28. Alice expected a sketch in lead or charcoal.
  29. That sketch hadn’t done the tattoo justice.
  30. A moment later I returned with a sketch pad.
  31. Ken started to sketch out plans for a patio.
  32. Well, bring one and I'll take my sketch pad.
  33. Each one now had a sketch on the front cover.
  34. Nigel showed the picture of the sketch of Mia.
  35. Only a rough sketch of Laurie taming a horse.
  36. Sketch of the Bare Hills near Baltimore, 360.
  37. He had drawn a rough sketch of Sammy by the.
  38. I went on to sketch the information I received.
  39. There was a poorly drawn sketch of the Gadget.
  40. All I saw was the sketch of an indefinite face.
  41. We have already given a sketch of that sombre.
  42. No; I came to sketch, but the rain drove me in.
  43. Clarence stepped forward and studied the sketch.
  44. Pang studied the sketch, checked the others and.
  45. Just give us some short sketch of the essentials.
  46. Sketch on the next page will help visualize this.
  47. Was the sketch a poor likeness of Marilyn Varick?
  48. Willie eased the sketch pad back into his rucksack.
  49. She frowns again as she stares down at the sketch.
  50. I daren't in this state even make a sketch of you.
  51. Let’s sketch the organization that we developed in.
  52. There was a small sketch of heaven but not the earth.
  53. There I was able to sketch an outline of the listed.
  54. All that a synopsis is is a short sketch of your work.
  55. Here was a sketch for Mr Harris to take home and study.
  56. I showed him the sketch I had drawn of the delivery guy.
  57. He was conscious only of the pulpit and his sketch pad.
  58. As I tore off the first sketch and prepared for the next.
  59. A sketch finished, he always wanted to take it to Miriam.
  60. He took a step forward and she continued with her sketch.
  61. There was a small sketch of its trunk but not the leaves.
  62. For information products, sketch ideas for the cover and.
  63. Hey, I saw sketch on television! I also heard about you on.
  64. He sat us down and gave a thumbnail sketch of Luis’ report.
  65. Kevin had quickly drawn a sketch and edited it as Saul spoke.
  66. Willie was still holding his sketch pad tightly under his arm.
  67. I told him he could sketch me a car with rims and everything.
  68. Maclean unrolled the sketch and spread it out across the table.
  69. It used a 30 second sample from a pretty unknown comedy sketch.
  70. A sketch had been made before, but he was dissatisfied with it.
  71. There, before his eyes, lay one large and one small sketch pad.
  72. Lisette said your new doctor is really sketch, Hannah said.
  73. All he had done was taken a few loose sheets from her sketch pad.
  74. He was making a sketch for the figure of a man in a violent rage.
  75. Anyway, even from this sketch I have a strong suspicion that it.
  76. A SHORT SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF TOLSTOI AT THE END OF THE NINETIES.
  77. I believe there’s a sketch pad and some water colours here, too.
  78. Corina, shall I give you a thumbnail sketch of its history?
  79. In a few instances, a hand-drawn sketch of the scene was included.
  80. Skimming through the pages, she saw a sketch of a man that the 185.
  81. Santa looked up from his sketch and noticed for the first time that.
  82. In a leisurely repose, the illusive mosaic of your sketch it spreads.
  83. This sketch of a spirit of learning doesn’t limit itself to what we.
  84. When Nuke looked at the sketch I made he said, It’s a mother ship.
  85. It was a sketch of Babu, realy awesome I would say for someone that age.
  86. The basic cascade spray sketch was done a few days after this happening.
  87. Parrochetti's work from some old photographs and a pencil sketch by Mrs.
  88. This biographical sketch has shown that in 1776 a good season started in.
  89. He pulled out one of three sketch pads from the back and handed it to him.
  90. Something shifted across the sky and stopped at the charcoal sketch of a.
  91. Brother looked, glanced swiftly at Mother, and started to pocket the sketch.
  92. Permit me to provide you with a brief sketch of each of the seven Churches:.
  93. Alligator from Manilla, capture of, with a sketch of the skull, xxxviii, 313.
  94. She frowns and pokes her mouth to the side as she stares down at the sketch.
  95. Next to her bed was a pencil sketch of hills and flowers—a spring scene I.
  96. Santa looked up from his sketch and noticed for the first time that the elves.
  97. Got your sketch, still, mate? said Nefer, who had heard the tale from us.
  98. Sketch me the plan of that floor, as you have done of the ground floor, my boy.
  99. On this first sighting, a vertical sketch was recorded in the ship’s logbook.
  100. He had carefully considered the implications of the sketch Yvonne had given him.
  1. Will began sketching her face.
  2. She watched as I began sketching.
  3. Later in the day he went out sketching.
  4. I’ve been sketching and painting all day.
  5. Liam amused himself sketching the guitarist on the.
  6. Levin took out a ramrod and began sketching him the.
  7. He sat at the dining room table, writing and sketching.
  8. Then he seized his sketching book and began furiously to draw.
  9. Morse took out a field notebook, and began sketching the door.
  10. You said pencil was all right and then, you started sketching.
  11. Amy was sketching a group of ferns, and Jo was knitting as she read aloud.
  12. He began turning the light off and on with his teeth, sketching out a message.
  13. Greg sat under the dim, 40-watt lamp bulb, sketching out the final details to his plan.
  14. Yavi had started sketching and Zarko had felt relieved that his initial embarrassment was over.
  15. But over-strained eyes caused pen and ink to be laid aside for a bold attempt at poker sketching.
  16. Needless to say the sketching had turned out to be a success and the girls had been fascinated with him.
  17. Then she finds herself attracted to an art supply store, and winds up purchasing sketching and painting materials.
  18. As they approached it, a figure, conspicuous on a dark background of evergreens, was seated on a bench, sketching the old tree.
  19. Its two upper limbs twitched before his face (still nominally protected by the suit) as if sketching the outline of his features.
  20. But she certainly did grow a little pale and pensive that spring, lost much of her relish for society, and went out sketching alone a good deal.
  21. He was sketching chess squares reflected in the mirrors of a wardrobe, and above them could be made out a threatening figure with his hand outstretched.
  22. Once upon a time Benjamin Feral was minding his own business, sketching out designs for a new sculpture, when his mind inadvertently happened upon a story.
  23. But neither his decalogue nor his delicacy prevented him from sketching airily the insignificance of wedding symbols in an aristocratic connection when the heart was involved.
  24. He continued sketching and noting everything he could remember about his visit to the Natural Bridge, his eyes glittering as if they had found some partial answer to his quest.
  25. I’ll move up to the front door… he continued, sketching an arrow leading from the little x that represented our current position to a lopsided square in the upper corner.
  26. I played The River in Reverse for Allen again, and he declared the song complete, but began sketching out a horn arrangement that became as memorable for me as anything I was singing.
  27. In the common walks of life, with what delightful emotions does the youthful mind look forward to some anticipated scene of festivity! Imagination is busy sketching rose-tinted pictures of joy.
  28. What to do, then? Though there is not much to the art department, and she has hardly had any encouragement about art, she spends a lot of time sketching, so that she gets better and better at it.
  29. While the show got under way, Allen Toussaint had been sitting quietly in the corner of the backstage den, sketching out impromptu horn parts for my then unreleased song The River in Reverse.
  30. Well, actually they make perfect sense but you have to start sketching equations and drawing curves to illustrate them and in the end they represent the part of a curve when the calculus goes what the mathematicians would call non-linear.
  31. When their backs were turned, young Ladislaw sat down to go on with his sketching, and as he did so his face broke into an expression of amusement which increased as he went on drawing, till at last he threw back his head and laughed aloud.
  32. The day of the races had been a very busy day for Alexey Alexandrovitch; but when mentally sketching out the day in the morning, he made up his mind to go to their country house to see his wife immediately after dinner, and from there to the races, which all the Court.
  33. For the most part, the English and American whale draughtsmen seem entirely content with presenting the mechanical outline of things, such as the vacant profile of the whale; which, so far as picturesqueness of effect is concerned, is about tantamount to sketching the profile of a pyramid.
  34. Talk of the chicken farm came back and back, the women, even at fifty, impulsive at heart, sketching on the cloudy future flocks of Leghorns, Cochin Chinas, Orpingtons; like Jacob in the blur of her outline; but powerful as he was; fresh and vigorous, running about the house, scolding Rebecca.
  35. Slowing down so she could peek back up some random driveway that dissipated like a jet trail among the conifers, he’d understood that the imaginary life she was sketching for them—you could have a workshop, we could rent out the basement—was really a way of talking about early retirement.
  36. The day of the races had been a very busy day for Alexey Alexandrovitch; but when mentally sketching out the day in the morning, he made up his mind to go to their country house to see his wife immediately after dinner, and from there to the races, which all the Court were to witness, and at which he was bound to be present.
  37. For those, Penley's large work, the "System of Water-Color Painting" is the best for copying from; or the aspirant may get some of the little Winsor and Newton "Handbooks on Sketching in Water-Colors," to show him how to choose and mix his pigments, and use as models to copy from some of the colored prints of architectural subjects which are to be picked up in the stores.
  38. Like Doré, long before him, Roy had the swift exactitude, in his traveling, running, inking, sketching fingers, that required only a glance around at London crowds and then the turned faucet, the upside-down glass and funnel of memory, which spurted out his fingernails and flashed from his pencil as every eye, every nostril, every mouth, every jaw, every face, was printed out fresh and complete as from a stamped press.
  39. Her great-aunt watched over her throughout the afternoon, revealing snippets of family history, and sketching pictures from her own life story, all of which seemed to consist of too many broken hearts and broken heads, until, with the football results due in and Leonard Cohen starting to become a little bit overbearing, she turned to her young relative and asked, Do you want to stay for dinner? There’s a DVD I want to watch and we could phone out for a curry.
  40. It is undeniable that but for the desire to be where Dorothea was, and perhaps the want of knowing what else to do, Will would not at this time have been meditating on the needs of the English people or criticising English statesmanship: he would probably have been rambling in Italy sketching plans for several dramas, trying prose and finding it too jejune, trying verse and finding it too artificial, beginning to copy "bits" from old pictures, leaving off because they were "no good," and observing that, after all, self-culture was the principal point; while in politics he would have been sympathizing warmly with liberty and progress in general.
  1. He sketched with a pencil.
  2. He sketched a few lines.
  3. I made notes while he sketched.
  4. He sketched a shy wave as she.
  5. Kendy sketched the hillside and the slab.
  6. It was described the way it was sketched.
  7. Adam’s skull sketched beneath the Cross.
  8. He sketched a shaft of light and a shadow.
  9. I have simply sketched the ideal in my mind.
  10. The details were all sketched out by Vachlan.
  11. A few wrinkles sketched his sun darkened face.
  12. Pleading work, he sketched and studied with Jessop.
  13. Affiliated and initiated, they sketched out the ideal.
  14. In this essay so far, I have sketched out in broad brush.
  15. Although concepts of Socialism had been sketched by philoso-.
  16. Instead, Locke grabbed a pen and paper, and sketched the Symbol.
  17. I sketched three ravens as I saw them on the outside of the bowl.
  18. Herold as she Furiously sketched out a red letter pictogram.
  19. He sketched the options in the curves of the sunlit clouds to the.
  20. He quickly sketched in a little space near the door and a guest seat.
  21. That which Greece sketched out is worthy of being finished by France.
  22. Kirstin sketched out the Paget family tree and it was surprisingly simple.
  23. The gigantic pair of white wings was, in particular, outstandingly sketched!.
  24. I’ve sketched out a design for a rocket that would be five inches in diameter.
  25. Obscene sketches roughly sketched with charcoal could be distinguished upon them.
  26. How otherwise could he have seen the monster which he sketched in his notebook?
  27. He sketched a simple map of the lot on the back of a Krispy Kream doughnut napkin.
  28. The tracks began with drums alone, over which I sketched out guitar or bass lines.
  29. The wanted poster featured the picture the woman in the ink shop had sketched of him.
  30. A typical example of such an exceptional family is sketched by you in your manuscript.
  31. Her eyes were closed but there was a slight grimace of pain sketched across her pale face.
  32. Only when he sketched, or at evening when the others were at the "Coons", she had him to herself.
  33. Prince Andrew took out his notebook and, leaning on the cannon, sketched a plan of the position.
  34. But the fuzzy image I had first sketched together in my mind with Claire was now in front of me.
  35. Officers were sketched wearing one glove, knee pads, a bucket hat and, for the ladies, a short tie.
  36. Heads bent all around the map table, and Cahnyr sketched the scepter once again and raised both hands.
  37. And find they did that lies in the following episode from Muhammad’s life sketched by Martin Lings.
  38. The virulent stuff grows in serpentine-shaped colonies like this, he sketched freely on the paper.
  39. His thoughts were in uproar as over and over in his mind he replayed the scene his father had sketched.
  40. And that very evening the prisoners sketched a plan of education, to be entered upon the following day.
  41. He sketched in the background to the Barclay affair, and the attempts made on his life by the Russians.
  42. In the news, Flash sketched a headline in the air with a wing, ‘Robin Stops Arson, Saves Forest.
  43. I climbed up to the snow line on the eastern massif and sketched in the northern shore from that vantage.
  44. Her brothers and sister and her papa all sketched across the corners of her consciousness in vivid relief.
  45. She sketched out the parallels before finally handing Margolis the letter she had found on the windshield.
  46. In presence and in face of that antique Europe reconstructed, the features of a new France were sketched out.
  47. Miss Kate sketched and Frank talked to Beth, who was making little mats of braided rushes to serve as plates.
  48. Each pilot entered the details on his own maps and sketched out the LZ layout on the back of his mission card.
  49. Maclure has, with great ability, sketched the outline; but much labour is still needed in filling up the detail.
  50. I sketched out a plan, and then Conklin and I went up the long flight of outdoor steps that led to the front door.
  51. At home, Tony sketched copies of the paintings on the wall, but he was too self-conscious to let his Bother see his work.
  52. Within ten minutes, all of us were in the maintenance room and using a burnt piece of charcoal, I sketched a map on the wall.
  53. The he sketched her body, her foot, her hands holding the book, her knee; and as he did so he was filled with an intense joy.
  54. After having sketched its moral face, it will not prove unprofitable to point out, in a few words, its material configuration.
  55. He figures his first imaginary shows, sketched in colored pencil on a secret bit of wall behind his bed, were a direct result.
  56. Adjacent to his notes he sketched small diagrams, indicating direction and indicating relationship of the subjects in his notes.
  57. The various branches of the pipes which led from one central pipe to all these little basins sketched out a sort of tree on the front.
  58. We have had the pleasure of making the doctor’s acquaintance, said Holmes, and in a few words he sketched out what had occurred.
  59. When the company was assembled together at last in the Captain's ready room, the Elf sketched in for them the first gambit of the strategy.
  60. It was not, however, until he sketched the mysteries of the central lake that the full interest and enthusiasm of the audience were aroused.
  61. This chamber rag, of which Watteau would formerly have joyfully sketched every fold, had ended in becoming worthy of the fixed gaze of Dante.
  62. She’d never been one for planning futures but what little she had tentatively sketched out had included Joris … or, if not him, then someone.
  63. That opposition to the New Fever Hospital which Lydgate had sketched to Dorothea was, like other oppositions, to be viewed in many different lights.
  64. This is what socialism said outside and above a few sects which have gone astray; that is what it sought in facts, that is what it sketched out in minds.
  65. Tramell had been fairly confident that because the man seemed familiar that he most likely had seen his likeness in a sketched picture on a wanted poster.
  66. He looked at the picture above the fireplace; a framed pencil drawing of York Minster, meticulously sketched by his Grandfather before Smith was even born.
  67. Pete Thomas turned up so late for one afternoon session that we’d begun the song without him and pretty much sketched out the arrangement using a metronome.
  68. He produced only the programme of the society, printed abroad, and the plan for developing a system of future activity roughly sketched in Pyotr Stepanovitch's own handwriting.
  69. And there he was, wandering around, a canine form sketched in pale blue light, ghostly tail wagging as he sniffed around not yet realizing he could no longer smell earthly scents.
  70. I learned the first two tenses of the verb Etre, and sketched my first cottage (whose walls, by-the-bye, outrivalled in slope those of the leaning tower of Pisa), on the same day.
  71. He then took a pencil and sketched a diagram from the print, taking special notice of the convent building and its relationship to the land on which it stood, as far as he could see.
  72. He sketched one figure and then moved over and, still looking down, completely focused on his work now, drew a second and a third figure, and after that a fourth and a fifth and a sixth.
  73. She glanced at the case diagram which Humphrey had sketched, rose wearily to her feet, climbed the stairs and was about to enter her room when she heard the muted sounds of ballet music.
  74. So the barricade of the Rue de la Chanvrerie was only an outline, and an embryo compared to the two colossal barricades which we have just sketched; but it was formidable for that epoch.
  75. Justine quickly sketched in the story of Scotty’s night in Aspen, then said, Olsen and Barbie are guests of the Aspen PD, and Scotty is in a first-class hotel without a scratch on him.
  76. Mor Bernat, good Catalan that he was, had put aside the notebook in which he wrote and sketched his impressions of the coming battle to sing tenor harmony with the distant Nodosaur vocalist.
  77. President Bill Minton outlined as best he could the scenario that had been sketched out by Prime Minister Weaver, while his Chief of Staff, Colin Carlucci, filled in the detail when prompted.
  78. There will be no necessity for me to make a note of these particulars, for there, before my eyes, beneath my feet, all around me, I have the plan sketched with all the living reality of truth.
  79. In my head, I sketched out the best place for a garden—the current spot was far too rocky—where the fence needed to be reinforced, and what we could use as weapons besides the knives we had.
  80. He cherished an extraordinary belief in the virtues of "shorts" as a disguise, and had in his own mind sketched a dress for himself that would have made him something between a dean and a dentist.
  81. Here, in one of the smaller oval frames, I sketched a romantic landscape, and in the days that followed filled it out in colour, and, by luck and the happy mood of the moment, made a success of it.
  82. But there is no reason why, for instance, the wing of a bat, or the fin of a porpoise, should not have been sketched out with all their parts in proper proportion, as soon as any part became visible.
  83. The writer sketched its origin in 1871 and the progress of the Association since, and said it had been the means of the conversion of more than 700 Chinese, and that it designs to send missionaries to China.
  84. The talented prosecutor, with extraordinary subtlety, sketched for us all the arguments for and against the hypothesis of Smerdyakov's guilt, and asked us in particular what motive he had in feigning a fit.
  85. The room, Alphonsine, the lap-dog, the corridor, all I remembered, so that I could have sketched them at once ; but where it had all happened—that is, in what street and in what house—I had utterly forgotten.
  86. He had sketched this new pose, when all at once he recalled the face of a shopkeeper of whom he had bought cigars, a vigorous face with a prominent chin, and he sketched this very face, this chin on to the figure of the man.
  87. I couldn’t hear what was being said but a bellicose look sketched on Bruno’s face and an intimidated and scared look drawn on Curt’s face painted the picture that something was awry in the rink’s” in crowd” circle.
  88. For a fortnight now he had sketched and sketched and splashed about with colour just as an excuse for staying on, in the desire to make love to Ingeborg, to refresh himself for a space at this unexpectedly limpid little spring.
  89. In order to free his mind from this indistinctness and duplicity of impression, which vexed it with a strange disquietude, he recalled and more thoroughly defined the plans which Hester and himself had sketched for their departure.
  90. It was somehow fine to hear our flight described by a blind man who enunciated with his head as his dark nose snuffed deep and his black fingers sketched the wind, drawing Crumley here, himself there, me below, and the Beast behind.
  91. In answer to one question, he sketched his brother's character as that of a man, violent-tempered perhaps and carried away by his passions, but at the same time honorable, proud and generous, capable of self-sacrifice, if necessary.
  92. Just sketched at this time the plan of an ideal society in which every man should have just enough land to maintain him; in which domestic life should be regulated by law and all children over seven years should be educated by the state.
  93. There comes an hour when protestation no longer suffices; after philosophy, action is required; live force finishes what the idea has sketched out; Prometheus chained begins, Arostogeiton ends; the encyclopedia enlightens souls, the 10th of August electrifies them.
  94. I broadly outlined the scenario that we three have sketched out at our earlier meetings, and I think I can say that, after their initial and natural shock and disbelief at the audacity of our proposals, they ended up appearing broadly supportive of what we have in mind.
  95. Usually she just fidgeted about, vaguely sketched the contents of a letter or two she wanted written, glanced at her engagement list, inquired--that was since the supper-party,--if Miss Cartwright didn't think she had too many servants for one woman, and when she received the cautious answer, "It's the house, really," would look thoughtful, and say nothing.
  96. Eight or nine years after the events narrated in the second part of this story, people noticed on the Boulevard du Temple, and in the regions of the Chateau-d'Eau, a little boy eleven or twelve years of age, who would have realized with tolerable accuracy that ideal of the gamin sketched out above, if, with the laugh of his age on his lips, he had not had a heart absolutely sombre and empty.
  97. He WOULD write the invitations; and he would take care to mention the leading part he had taken in the fight, and how he had laid the Chief Weasel flat; and he would hint at his adventures, and what a career of triumph he had to tell about; and on the fly-leaf he would set out a sort of a programme of entertainment for the evening—something like this, as he sketched it out in his head:—.
  98. As to Haidee, these terrible reminiscences seemed to have overpowered her for a moment, for she ceased speaking, her head leaning on her hand like a beautiful flower bowing beneath the violence of the storm; and her eyes gazing on vacancy indicated that she was mentally contemplating the green summit of the Pindus and the blue waters of the lake of Yanina, which, like a magic mirror, seemed to reflect the sombre picture which she sketched.
  99. She never had much to show when she came home, but was studying nature, I dare say, while she sat for hours, with her hands folded, on the terrace at Valrosa, or absently sketched any fancy that occurred to her, a stalwart knight carved on a tomb, a young man asleep in the grass, with his hat over his eyes, or a curly haired girl in gorgeous array, promenading down a ballroom on the arm of a tall gentleman, both faces being left a blur according to the last fashion in art, which was safe but not altogether satisfactory.
  100. At that moment, he for the first time indulged in this reflection, thinking it odd the while that it had not occurred to him sooner: that all this trouble which he was taking was, perhaps, useless; that he did not know so much as the hour of the trial; that he should, at least, have informed himself of that; that he was foolish to go thus straight ahead without knowing whether he would be of any service or not; then he sketched out some calculations in his mind: that, ordinarily, the sittings of the Court of Assizes began at nine o'clock in the morning; that it could not be a long affair; that the theft of the apples would be very brief; that there would then remain only a question of identity, four or five depositions, and very little for the lawyers to say; that he should arrive after all was over.
  1. A few of the sketches.
  2. His eyes took in my sketches.
  3. There were pencil sketches of me.
  4. These sketches have been re-written.
  5. Max began to pass out sketches of the.
  6. Sketches and Skeletons of Sermons, 2 50.
  7. Sketches of the Alps and the Jura, 359, 360.
  8. We are, think of these as preliminary sketches.
  9. I was making sketches of the thing and plotting.
  10. Helez recalled the sketches she had seen of Zarko.
  11. There were sketches of several girls pinned to the.
  12. Just give us some short sketches of the essentials.
  13. Jeepers, they posted my composite sketches on their.
  14. The accompanying sketches will indicate what is meant.
  15. The sketches were produced, and he made polite comments.
  16. All their sketches and ideas had been forwarded to Harry.
  17. Roy lifted his left hand full of the Brown Derby sketches.
  18. She noticed in the fireplace remnants of the burnt sketches.
  19. The village paper published biographical sketches of the boys.
  20. Models of New Inventions and Sketches examined, and advice free.
  21. Yes, sir, and then he took off with his sketches and notes.
  22. Next a series of fantastic sketches of the Temptations of St Anthony.
  23. The sketches of FALLING Ms & Mf are shown as Alloying element content.
  24. He chuckles delightedly as he sketches this disastrous scenario to me.
  25. Several prominent architects were contacted and each submitted sketches.
  26. He slowly flipped through the sketches while Helez looked over his shoulder.
  27. I had already begun extensive notes and sketches on the scene of the attack.
  28. It was during this time that David made several pencil sketches of his wife in.
  29. It was a series of framed sketches with obvious influence from Fernanda Salazar.
  30. Obscene sketches roughly sketched with charcoal could be distinguished upon them.
  31. Yavi had been in her element with Zarko as the ideal male figure for her sketches.
  32. He is now engaged on sketches of his recent campaign against the Nez Perces Indians.
  33. I stared at the baby sketches, because I had never seen a picture of myself as a baby.
  34. While I made dinner that very evening, Jan, armed with his sketches and a shovel, went.
  35. And he brought back his beloved sketches of the flat Lincoln coast, anxious for them to see.
  36. She looked away from his penetrating gaze to the burnt edges of the sketches in the fireplace.
  37. She suspected they were the sort of monks who used nude models when preparing sketches of Eve.
  38. He looked at Paris’ s cathedrals and palaces, making sketches of details that interested him.
  39. He made several sketches, and jotted down some notes on the map, but it was all a waste of time.
  40. Internal sketches: These were dashed off by the designer while waiting for his computer to redraw.
  41. The sketches were exquisite; little impressions of happy moments caught into immortality by a master.
  42. Werner sketches out the equation on the metal casing of the transceiver and starts plugging in numbers.
  43. I know a little about art and I can tell you we've had some pretty good offers on those sketches already.
  44. Bear in mind that these sketches are still very tentative and may change quite a lot in the months to come.
  45. Miriam looked at the tower, proud among the clustering roofs, and remembered the sketches he had brought her.
  46. Throwing in a suggestion, now and then, to have it soundlessly ignored, to see it resurface a few sketches later.
  47. Basically, we have a few quizzes, a few comedy sketches, then a celebrity gets a bucket of water thrown over them.
  48. He made sketches of her hand and arm, and the drawings contained some of the fascination the real thing had for him.
  49. It is fine and well to give fancy sketches but explaining why and what principles is behind it Newton can never give.
  50. In some ways he reminded me of the sketches I'd seen of cavemen—big-limbed and thick-browed, but not nearly as ugly.
  51. Indeed, while Heron would openly mock her little sketches as chicken scratchings, Carius always praised them genuinely.
  52. After he had eaten that evening, Daniel went up to his room and took out the OS map, his own sketches and all his notes.
  53. His tall hat and shiny boots are in too obvious a foreground in sketches of race meetings, uptown cafés and flash clubs.
  54. The experience was not lost on the painters, and doubtless some of the sketches of the 'Prelude to the Great Storm' will.
  55. I skimmed through all of them and all contained sketches of me from infancy, all the way to the time before Cliff had left.
  56. When Sespian set the report aside, he glimpsed the sketches he had made a few weeks earlier for a new art wing at the university.
  57. Hence the sketches, lines connecting and intersecting and bisecting other lines to form something that had not previously existed.
  58. Next to Dan sat Eva Brown, plump and pretty, clutching a book of sketches to her bosom as though it was a baby or a precious toy.
  59. He talks in little sketches and odd jargon; the modest theatrical boardinghouses in which he spends most nights are his digs.
  60. I didn’t need anyone drawing incorrect conclusions on top of everything else, not to mention the private nature of the sketches.
  61. He opened out his own drawings and sketches and tried to relate where the building had stood to the position of the sun in winter.
  62. Sketches of boxers, of ballet-girls, and of racehorses alternated with a sensuous Fragonard, a martial Girardet, and a dreamy Turner.
  63. These are the preliminary estimates and sketches made by Lockheed for the space plane and by Douglas for the heavy lift transporter.
  64. It's unclear whether it is from her distaste of the sketches or from the captain's assumption that she's never seen something so vulgar.
  65. Already heading for the stairs and the fax machine in my attic office, I called to Bree, telling her about the sketches about to come in.
  66. I was supposed to paint her for Vanity Fair, but she didn’t like my preliminary sketches, and they replaced me with Annie Leibovitz.
  67. He got out of the car and dragged out his bag with his notes and sketches then locked up and sauntered over to the gate into the paddock.
  68. Owen spent the greater part of the dinner hour by himself in the drawing-room making pencil sketches in his pocket-book and taking measurements.
  69. Grot, in Sketches, Recollections and Letters by Comrades and Pupils, Friends and Admirers, Petrograd, 1911, and in the Full Collected Works of L.
  70. We were in the car heading out of the gravel driveway as I was comparing Jamie’s notes and sketches with the photographs I had from Ruth’s locker.
  71. The character of schoolmaster Heinzius would alone make the reputation of a new writer, and there are other sketches from life none the less masterly.
  72. Although it was only a small and ill-equipped institution he was rewarded by the discovery of illustrations of several examples of which he made sketches.
  73. But then those police sketches had come in, and Cross had crowed about the killer being right in front of them the entire time, and had said nothing else!.
  74. The wine-shops of the Faubourg Antoine, which have been more than once drawn in the sketches which the reader has just perused, possess historical notoriety.
  75. He was smiling at it still, and shaking the sketches into order with the thought that he might find a letter from her awaiting him at Middlemarch, when Mrs.
  76. Kipling can provide is milk for babes beside Count Tolstoy's seemingly casual sketches, which yet comprehend with merciless amplitude the whole atmosphere of war.
  77. Eugene turns the pad sideways and tries not to stammer out something that can in no way express how fantastic the more animalistic part of his brain finds her sketches.
  78. After Ingrid walked out of the office, Tony LeVier and Robert Gross went at once to Clarence Johnson, who was examining the pictures and sketches given to him by Ingrid.
  79. Softened into crayon sketches, they did better, for the likenesses were good, and Amy's hair, Jo's nose, Meg's mouth, and Laurie's eyes were pronounced `wonderfully fine'.
  80. There was text, but most of it was in bullet points, and they surrounded other things: cut-outs from newspapers, precise ink sketches of clockwork, people, annotated maps.
  81. The two continued to pour over the diagrams and took another walk through the plant where Warren translated the equipment sketches theyd studied into their practical uses.
  82. They passed along the illuminated tunnels with their fading sketches on the walls, through the caves with the unusual art objects and the lookout tree, and into the museum.
  83. The walls were painted cream and were not brightened with the usual enlarged home colour photographs or framed prints of sketches depicting Hong Kong landmarks from the 1860s.
  84. In Odyssey Fulfilled, Fernández sketches once again a pleasant painting of each region he visits and presents the culture through the keen eye of an attentive and fascinated traveler.
  85. Attached you will find sketches of the crime scene and you will see that the hole in the roof which was created by the explosion is above the sofa to the left of where Angela was sitting.
  86. Inspired, Harry began sketches of the more remarkable foundations and buildings, trying for himself to devise the methods he might employ if he were to construct the imposing structures.
  87. The object of those who invented the system has apparently been to conceal that these characters convey a message, and to give the idea that they are the mere random sketches of children.
  88. The other members of The Roots entered as the music demanded, Captain Kirk Douglas adding his guitar, or my bass sketches being replaced by a sousaphone or the Roots bassist, Mark Kelley.
  89. Father's best books found their way there, Mother's easy chair, Jo's desk, Amy's finest sketches, and every day Meg brought her babies on a loving pilgrimage, to make sunshine for Aunty Beth.
  90. These figure sketches embrace five typical examples from the late Lord Mayor’s show, in which Mediæval, Tudor and Stuart costumes were (thanks to the research and artistic knowledge of Hon.
  91. She could do good, if not noble, work as a teacher; and the success her little sketches were beginning to meet with in certain editorial sanctums augured well for her budding literary dreams.
  92. This all represents a formidable design challenge, but you will find in this file the necessary technological information from the future to help you in your work, along with sketches of what I envision.
  93. I trusted Howard and knew he was doing what needed to be done, but at the same time, I knew it would never be the same with Danny or any of the others who had first assembled for the Sketches of War fundraiser.
  94. Sorry? enquired a confused Matilda, who – having been brought up in a house with no electricity and a pathological hatred of all humankind - was not the World’s greatest expert on Monty Python sketches.
  95. Of course this is a gross over-simplification designed to emphasize stereotypical sketches of how the different levels of awareness may influence the ways in which individuals perceive the world in a particular situations.
  96. But by the time the doors had shut behind her, I was thinking that with any luck, by late that night we would have sketches of the killer from two different angles, and then the hunt for a mass murderer would really begin.
  97. Perhaps among those who read the present sketches some will be found who, prompted by the impulses animating the author, may desire to render some material help towards the practical realisation of the projected undertaking.
  98. Earl, the security guard, had cooperated with a composite artist skilled at high-tech computer sketches, but after a few hours of poring over hundreds of different eyes, noses, chins, mouths and hairlines, his brain was fried.
  99. Sampson said we had artists’ sketches on the way: the profile view from Irina Popovitch, who’d witnessed the brothel slayings, and the head-on perspective that Harry Barnes had gotten of the killer leaving the Superior Spa.
  100. Although this section on education and the following one on religion are written in the form of biographical sketches, I will use the studies of these individuals to demonstrate how their ideas shaped the culture of their times.

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