furrow sätze

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Furrow sätze (in englisch)

1. Was the white furrow I had.
2. Ethan’s brow became a deep furrow.
3. Her eyebrows furrow, but she doesn’t speak.
4. Furrow: A groove in the earth made by a plough.
5. It is ploughing a lonely furrow when al around.
6. His eyebrows furrow and his face has become tough.
7. If not, it’s a lonely furrow in a no-man’s land.

8. Hunger arising from the furrow, and disease from the stream.
9. There's the varnish, too, like earth on each side of a furrow.
10. Iván stuck his hand down in the furrow, and felt something soft.
11. The second part caused the Imperial’s brows to furrow in thought.
12. Penelope noticed her old friend narrow his own eyes and furrow those brows.
13. Swivelling around he flashed his torch at the Seabelle, and along a furrow of.
14. The thought made his brow furrow again, discontented with the rate of change in his world.
15. Then, as a furrow of worry lowered his brow, But time, I'm afraid, is running out and I don't.
16. Get moving! the captain said, looking around the place with an agitated furrow of his forehead.
17. One of the shots plowed a furrow all the way to and through the haranguer and almost struck the Inka.
18. A big smile crossed his face as he stood, though the furrow on his brow diminished the affect somewhat.
19. And if I could point to no pamphlets or lectures, neither need I point to a furrow between my eyebrows.
20. Some of the boulders on either side of the furrow left by the ship were more than two metres in diameter.
21. A deep furrow ran across his forehead, and standing by a window he stared over his spectacles seeing no one.
22. Taking the stick, she placed a bunch of the slimy green gunk onto the furrow mark across Roric’s shoulder.
23. There was no crook or cranny, no road or footpath, no hotel or house, no waterfall or furrow, I did not know.
24. A sudden thundering in the Human’s bowels made him furrow his forehead in annoyance and massage his stomach.
25. He had just made one furrow, and was coming back, when something pulled at the plough as though it had caught in a root.
26. In this dilemma, Uncas lighted on the furrow of the cannon ball, where it had cut the ground in three adjacent ant-hills.
27. Besides Orhanin’s injuries, Thannic had a couple bullet burns and Larc had a deep furrow cut across the front of one thigh.
28. They followed the furrow for as far as it went and then started to climb between the boulders, heading roughly towards the beacon.
29. One sharp, white hook tore through my trousers—for I may mention that I was still in evening dress—and dug a furrow in my knee.
30. The ship tore on; leaving such a furrow in the sea as when a cannon-ball, missent, becomes a plough-share and turns up the level field.
31. There were three of us left behind dead and four wounded including me a bullet had creased me gouging a furrow out of my shoulder muscle.
32. Right in the middle, at the epicentre of the drawing, a furious, sweaty face appeared, every foul and bitter furrow captured with precision.
33. I never saw the shot that killed Stanley because his one had hit an angle iron and ricocheting hitting me in the temple and gouging a furrow.
34. He focused in on a small dark shadow shuffling along a furrow, hidden from the soldiers’ view by lines of thick green foliage on either side.
35. Now, involuntarily it seemed, he cut more and more deeply into the soil like a plough, so that he could not be drawn out without turning aside the furrow.
36. Then, as a furrow of worry lowered his brow, But time, I’m afraid, is running out and I don’t know how long it will be before things start to get out of hand.
37. The same socialization process which props up a baby’s sense of being a unitary, abiding, separated individual also imprisons that individual in a furrow of inexorable linear temporality.
38. He set the plow in the furrow, he called sharply to his burro, Burrrrrrr-o! And they walked together through the rich field, under the clearing sky, on their tilled land by the deep river.
39. Sam’s body shook and I could hear the bullets striking it with dull thuds I thought I had gotten away with it but then I felt a burning sensation across my thigh as a bullet dug a furrow through it.
40. The obvious mechanization and dehumanization of farming: as it began from the first plow creating the first linear furrow: to the present-day merging of corporate farms into vast, dehumanized, mechanized wastelands cannot be ignored.
41. Are the reports true? Allen Sharp, Krypton Software’s CEO asked, looking grimmer than a corpse when he rose to his feet the second Tom Steel, George Witherspoon, and Mike Furrow entered his penthouse-style office and took a seat.
42. The mill which had worked them down, was the mill that grinds young people old; the children had ancient faces and grave voices; and upon them, and upon the grown faces, and ploughed into every furrow of age and coming up afresh, was the sigh, Hunger.
43. It smashed the wheat down, like a blunt scythe, and thick golden clouds of dust and fragments filled the air, like an ongoing linear explosion, and stalky debris thrashed the underside, and on the edges of the furrow the wheat swayed back in waves and brushed the windows.
44. You can even detect a water-bug (Gyrinus) ceaselessly progressing over the smooth surface a quarter of a mile off; for they furrow the water slightly, making a conspicuous ripple bounded by two diverging lines, but the skaters glide over it without rippling it perceptibly.
45. Had he perhaps once been a bomber pilot, the sort of fellow I helped to shoot at only a few short years before? He looked like a perfectly normal human being oozing proficiency, so what had once been the big issue? He didn’t even furrow his brows when he detected my German accent.
46. These villages, both of them concealed in curves of the landscape, are connected by a road about a league and a half in length, which traverses the plain along its undulating level, and often enters and buries itself in the hills like a furrow, which makes a ravine of this road in some places.
47. Butting then and goring all before him, and mad and wild like an owerdriven steer, he ploughs up the tender furrow all insensible to Louisa's complaints; nothing can stop, nothing can keep out a fury like his: with which, having once got its head in, its blind rage soon made way for the rest, piercing, rending, and breaking open all obstruction.
48. But what infinitely enriched and adorned them, was the sweet intersection formed, where they met, at the bottom of the smoothest, roundest, whitest belly, by that central furrow which nature had sunk there, between the soft relievo of two pouting ridges, and which, in this girl, was in perfect symmetry of delicacy and miniature with the rest of her frame.
49. In 1977, promoted now to Lieutenant Colonel and transferred into the depleted officer corps of the infantry, Truman was leading an assault team around a bend in a dirt road north of Ocotal, near the Honduran border, when a whistling rifle round cut a furrow across his right cheek and punched a neat hole through his ear an instant before the first cracks of AK-47’s rang out.
50. Shakespeare o’ Stratford); an’ some have call’d it Diddly-Pont, Doodle-Case, Dormouse, Duck-Pond, Dumb-Oracle, e’en Dyke! ’Tis the sweet Et Cetera, the E’erlastin’ Wound, the Eye that Weeps Most when Best Pleas’d, the Faucet, the Fiddle, the Flapdoodle, the Fly-Trap, the Fortress, the Fountain o’ Love, the Funniment, the Furrow, the Gap, an’ o’ course, the Garden o’ Eden.
51. But sometimes Squaw Walden had her revenge, and a hired man, walking behind his team, slipped through a crack in the ground down toward Tartarus, and he who was so brave before suddenly became but the ninth part of a man, almost gave up his animal heat, and was glad to take refuge in my house, and acknowledged that there was some virtue in a stove; or sometimes the frozen soil took a piece of steel out of a plowshare, or a plow got set in the furrow and had to be cut out.
52. They went to work at once, plowing, barrowing, rolling, furrowing, in admirable order, as if they were bent on making this a model farm; but when I was looking sharp to see what kind of seed they dropped into the furrow, a gang of fellows by my side suddenly began to hook up the virgin mould itself, with a peculiar jerk, clean down to the sand, or rather the water—for it was a very springy soil—indeed all the terra firma there was—and haul it away on sleds, and then I guessed that they must be cutting peat in a bog.
53. He hesitated a little; then, settled well in the passage, he makes his way up the straights of it, with a difficulty nothing more than pleasing, widening as he went so as to distend and smooth each soft furrow: our pleasure increasing deliciously, in proportion to our points of mutual touch increased in that so vital part of me which I had now taken him, all indriven, and completely sheathed; and which, crammed as it was, stretched splitting ripe, gave it so gratefully straight an accommodation! so strict a fold! a suction so fierce! that gave and took unutterable delight.
54. The chief difficulty Alice found at first was in managing her flamingo: she succeeded in getting its body tucked away, comfortably enough, under her arm, with its legs hanging down, but generally, just as she had got its neck nicely straightened out, and was going to give the hedgehog a blow with its head, it would twist itself round and look up in her face, with such a puzzled expression that she could not help bursting out laughing: and when she had got its head down, and was going to begin again, it was very provoking to find that the hedgehog had unrolled itself, and was in the act of crawling away: besides all this, there was generally a ridge or furrow in the way wherever she wanted to send the hedgehog to, and, as the doubled-up soldiers were always getting up and walking off to other parts of the ground, Alice soon came to the conclusion that it was a very difficult game indeed.
1. Furrowing her brow, Layne agreed.
2. Loki swallows, his brow furrowing.
3. He looked at her, furrowing his brow.
4. Break in? said Kevin, his brow furrowing.
5. Furrowing his brow, he stared into the distance.
6. The furrowing tears had mark'd her rouged cheek;.
7. What are you still doing here? said Azura, furrowing her brow.
8. Brow furrowing, he says, Don’t toy with me, and waves a hand.
9. Couldn’t have been me, Agnew said, furrowing his brow and shaking his head.
10. Stanley turned his head slightly, forehead furrowing as he studied the skylight.
11. Whazzat? he mumbled sleepily, squinching his eyes and furrowing his forehead.
12. We should make a trail, William said, his brow furrowing as he tried to think.
13. Furrowing his brow and concentrating to keep it open, he quickly measures the width by pacing the length.
14. Opening the door quietly he gets out and shuts it as quietly and walks up the path with a frown furrowing his brow.
15. You know, he said tilting his head and furrowing his brow, Rayne said she felt something amiss in the Hold.
16. Brow furrowing, he says, If anyone can contribute, doesn’t that put the authenticity of the information in question?
17. Erm, so, do you know where I would, in theory, find General Tullius of the Legion? Sorex’s grin melted away, his brow rapidly furrowing.
18. He seemed to be listening to her, his brow furrowing together adorably, like when he tried to concentrate on math or French, two subjects she tutored him in over frappucinos and Chinese food.
19. I catch Jeff (cuckolded, divorced, complicated custody arrangement) furrowing his brow as we pass a Love Tester: Squeeze the metal grip and watch the temperature rise from just a fling to soul mate.
20. From the Belt of the Devil the diabolical Zoroastro army was approaching, from half a kilometer one could feel the stinking smell of the faucets and the dark shade that was furrowing the airs consuming everything to its step.
21. They went to work at once, plowing, barrowing, rolling, furrowing, in admirable order, as if they were bent on making this a model farm; but when I was looking sharp to see what kind of seed they dropped into the furrow, a gang of fellows by my side suddenly began to hook up the virgin mould itself, with a peculiar jerk, clean down to the sand, or rather the water—for it was a very springy soil—indeed all the terra firma there was—and haul it away on sleds, and then I guessed that they must be cutting peat in a bog.
1. He sat with a furrowed.
2. He furrowed his brow at me.
3. Di Yang furrowed and asked.
4. He had his brow furrowed as.
5. Sir Richard furrowed his brow.
6. Now, I furrowed my brow at them.
7. The Professor furrowed his brow.
8. His brow furrowed as he nodded.
9. My brows furrowed I’m sorry.
10. With eyebrows furrowed, he laughs.
11. Nangong Changshu furrowed and said.
12. He furrowed his brow at me, shocked.
13. They all furrowed their brows at me.
14. Long Fei furrowed with his eyebrows.
15. Her forehead furrowed in confusion.
16. She furrowed her brows in confusions.
17. Higgins’s brow furrowed in concern.
18. Terence frowned and furrowed his brow.
19. Skinny’s brow furrowed in confusion.
20. I stare at his furrowed brow and sigh.
21. Hagan looked at him, his brow furrowed.
22. His eyebrows furrowed into a deep line.
23. Joey furrowed his forehead and frowned.
24. Her brow was furrowed in determination.
25. His forehead had lost its furrowed look.
26. She closed her eyes and furrowed her brow.
27. Sir Richard furrowed his brow in confusion.
28. His forehead was furrowed with deep lines.
29. Sima Zhongtian furrowed and then ask again.
30. His brow furrowed, That's it? Fine?
31. His furrowed gaze was set towards a lone.
32. Nangong Changshu furrowed and said solemnly.
33. He approached me and furrowed his eyebrows.
34. His brow furrowed as he looked at the menu.
35. His brows furrowed, as it dawned on him too.
36. Brows furrowed and eyes squinted to observe.
37. The priest furrowed his eyebrows and shouted.
38. His brow furrowed as he pondered the question.
39. Father furrowed his brows and looked very sad.
40. Nangong Ping furrowed his eyebrows in thoughts.
41. Her eyebrows furrowed as she instantly pivoted.
42. Darek clenched his teeth and furrowed his brow.
43. He glanced at his sister with a furrowed brow.
44. Her brow furrowed, her fairy eyebrows arching.
45. Willa furrowed her brow, confused by his remark.
46. Guo Yuxia furrowed and secretly held his sleeve.
47. Alex’s brow furrowed as he chewed the scallop.
48. He furrowed his brow and frowned at the screen.
49. His brow was lightly furrowed as if in thought.
50. His face furrowed, intelligent beneath its fur.
51. Tommit growled and his brow furrowed with fury.
52. Knox’s brow furrowed as she thought about this.
53. His massive forehead furrowed with consternation.
54. Hollowcrest, too, searched about, brow furrowed.
55. His brow furrowed as he flipped through my pages.
56. A frown furrowed his brow and he looked puzzled.
57. She peered into the night sky, her brow furrowed.
58. Nangong Ping furrowed in thoughts before he asked.
59. His brow furrowed deeply in concentrated thought.
60. She lifted her head with furrowed brows, confused.
61. Brow furrowed, he examined droplets of it on his.
62. Wickland’s brow was still furrowed in consternation.
63. He closed his eyes and his brow furrowed for a moment.
64. His brows furrowed as if lost in thought, Sephiroth.
65. He furrowed his eyebrows and concentrated on my dress.
66. Kim’s brow suddenly furrowed with concern and wonder.
67. Kim’s brow still furrowed, but she smiled pleasantly.
68. What? She was looking at him with furrowed brows.
69. He wondered what went on behind that furrowed forehead.
70. Her brow would have furrowed but for the potent herbs.
71. His brow furrowed as he stared at her not understanding.
72. The monk was startled now and had furrowed his eyebrows.
73. The skin of his face was deeply furrowed and colourless.
74. Juez' eyebrows furrowed and he became intent on her words.
75. Gelahn, brow furrowed and eyes glinting, snatched it away.
76. Put off by Angela’s tone, Jonathan furrowed his forehead.
77. Ye Manqing furrowed her eyebrows and said in a clear voice.
78. She answered with her brow furrowed from a twitching fear:.
79. Anne’s face furrowed in pain and concern for the sorrow.
80. It looks like a… he furrowed his brows in confusion.
81. Hap’s brow furrowed as he tried to absorb everything Jill.
82. Sima Zhongtian furrowed his eyebrows and tightened his hands.
83. Stokes pursed his lips and Houston furrowed his brow as they.
84. Both he and John furrowed their brows at me, but said nothing.
85. You think so? I asked and his brows furrowed in confusion.
86. Does it look familiar? His eyebrows furrowed, and he frowned.
87. Bedford furrowed his brow and casually turned his head slightly.
88. Willa furrowed her brow, not liking my plan, but then she nodded.
89. Mathion gestured to the Gate, his brow furrowed with impatience.
90. Dorro furrowed his eyebrows at Wyll and then gave him a spry wink.
91. Immediately, Annie's face reddened and her brows furrowed bushily.
92. He furrowed his eyebrows in concentration as Valera began to speak.
93. Andrea’s eyebrows furrowed as she began to have second thoughts.
94. D-Did you mean that? I asked and his brows furrowed slightly.
95. He scrutinised each of them individual y with a furrowed brow and.
96. The man with the yellow belt appeared to be startled and he furrowed.
97. Her eyebrows furrowed, and she turned to glance coldly at Long Bushi.
98. Ye Manqing furrowed and her slim body rose up and she asked in a low.
99. He furrowed his brow a little, cocked his head to one side and then.
100. Matt just kept shaking his head, with his brows furrowed in confusion.
1. Armed heroes spring up from furrows.
2. Wave lines and mud furrows in rocks, J.
3. He’s keeping count! His brow furrows.
4. His jaw goes tight and his brow furrows.
5. Her brow furrows and she bares her clenched teeth.
6. Miss Lewis? Amy turns her head, and her brow furrows.
7. His songs cheered his cattle, which made furrows with sweat.
8. And tractors turning the multiple furrows in the vacant land.
9. Sheena nodded, a frown creasing deep furrows in her forehead.
10. The old lady's face creased into furrows of repugnance, and she.
11. If our tractor turned the long furrows of our land, it would be good.
12. The earth had been laid bare and was scored with long scratches and furrows.
13. In the vegetable patch at the far end, Wulfric was digging furrows and Gwenda sowing peas.
14. I spotted gigantic furrows trailing off into the distant darkness, their length incalculable.
15. Her head rolled back on the pillow, and two tears dropped helplessly down the furrows of her face.
16. A railway cutting gashed through barren furrows where someone had failed to profit from a cash crop.
17. The cannon-balls ploughed furrows in these cuirassiers; the cuirassiers made breaches in the squares.
18. His feet marched in sudden proud rhythm over the sand furrows, along by the boulders of the south wall.
19. Desa dug for it with one hand, Alan began losing ground as both Luray's heels made furrows in the soft soil.
20. I was touched by the serene yet complex concentration he manifested, the furrows of light on his smooth brow.
21. To stop their tractors rolling over they plough the furrows up and down the slope, so the erosions horrendous.
22. One had already been plowed and the polished edges of the furrows was void, with a thin clarity like that of water.
23. Make furrows of ten inches apart and sow the seeds; cover with starting mix and water the soil, but not excessively.
24. His face was lean, the deep cheek-lines great furrows down his face so that his cheek bones and chin stood out sharply.
25. My ship is fully operational, with my only battle damage being a number of furrows dug by laser beams in my bow shield.
26. It seemed to Viella that Everette's frown deepened in the furrows of his face as he reached down in an effort to shake her hand.
27. The earth beneath her feet was more yielding than the sea, and the furrows seemed to her immense brown waves breaking into foam.
28. Perhaps these have creased it, for you find some of their cases in the furrows, though they are deep and broad for them to make.
29. Is a tractor bad? Is the power that turns the long furrows wrong? If this tractor were ours it would be good—not mine, but ours.
30. As an illustration, my father, who delighted in home gardening, each spring planted tomato seeds in carefully cultivated soil furrows.
31. Going to Nancy, he helped Louis undo the manacles that had held her and that had dug deep, bloody furrows around her wrists and ankles.
32. Leaning closer she studied the deep furrows in her snout, the grey hairs liberally sprinkled throughout the black stripes on her cheeks.
33. Along the narrow walls of this passageway, I saw only brilliant streaks, hard lines, fiery furrows, all scrawled by our speeding electric light.
34. The bottom was covered with fine silt and mud that was half water and in this the two rabbits had made furrows as they dragged themselves to shore.
35. The vertical furrows of the brow continuing the lines of the nose, make a continuous vertical which the horizontal lines of the brow cross (see Fig.
36. When we found a pretty little meadow in the woods, Diomed stopped and pawed the ground, digging furrows in the mound of jonquils that were just popping open.
37. Over the ploughland riding was utterly impossible; the horse could only keep a foothold where there was ice, and in the thawing furrows he sank deep in at each step.
38. Looking back along the two furrows that Piers’ heels had left in the sand, he could see some movement farther down the beach and knew it was going to be a close call.
39. The white hair was thrown back from her yellow forehead, and her eyes, already sunken by the furrows of age, now almost disappeared beneath the eyelids swollen with grief.
40. Against a rotating shield, that meant that a particular beam would wander continuously over the surface of the shield and simply dig furrows in it, without penetrating it.
41. Rapidly leaping the furrows, he fled across the field with the impetuosity he used to show at catchplay, now and then turning his good-natured, pale, young face to look back.
42. Maria stepped up beside her and looked up at the deep furrows carved down the side of the tower, as far up as the eye could see, Who did you say you got down here with?
43. The hard furrows in the fields were as immobile as waves of corrugated iron, and the few surviving tufts of grass that remained crackled as his boots hit the hoarfrost that coated them.
44. With the axial rotation of the KOSTROMA aggravating the Terrans problems, they thus caused nothing more than a series of shallow furrows in the tough ceramic-carbon composite of the shield.
45. I can't describe her hair other than to say it was clipped and turned-in on the ends, and her face was still smooth without the slightest trace of the furrows of age, and her figure boyish.
46. There are many furrows in the sand where some creature has travelled about and doubled on its tracks; and, for wrecks, it is strewn with the cases of caddis-worms made of minute grains of white quartz.
47. Cotton was the heartbeat of the Wealth came out of the curving furrows, and arrogance came too—arrogance built on section, the planting and the picking were the diastole and systole of the red earth.
48. In the center the earth had been laid bare and was scored with long scratches and furrows, and there was a narrow, regular hole, about the same size as one of the carrots they had carried that morning.
49. That she had not suffered a single casualty aboard her ship, which bore only a few furrows on its bow shield as battle damage, was a relief to her, but she would never be able to forget all those dead men and women.
50. They’d clung stubbornly to the line of the West Black Sand River, flowing out of the Gyrdahn Marshes to the Daivyn, high and brown, laced with furrows of yellow foam as the drenching rains filled it to overflowing.
51. The marsh cat, sensing the easy game of ‘tag you’re it’ had altered significantly, tried to stop, as its massive muscles clenched tight and its paws dug up furrows in the loose debris of the forest, but it was too late.
52. This quibus, composed of purses and watches, of gold rings and silver crosses, gathered in harvest-time in furrows sown with corpses, did not amount to a large total, and did not carry this sutler turned eating-house-keeper very far.
53. While they were talking, I was still lying on the damp ground, very close to the soil where I could see the furrows made by those watery and transparent creatures that inhabit almost every corner of the planet, so disgusting, that are earthworms.
54. When they came out of the woods, all his attention was engrossed by the view of the fallow land on the upland, in parts yellow with grass, in parts trampled and checkered with furrows, in parts dotted with ridges of dung, and in parts even ploughed.
55. End of the trees, beginning of the roofs; end of the grass, beginning of the pavements; end of the furrows, beginning of the shops, end of the wheel-ruts, beginning of the passions; end of the divine murmur, beginning of the human uproar; hence an extraordinary interest.
56. He moved to the other side, and drawing in the fresh, humid air and the odor of the wheat coming from the parched ground, he looked on the passing gardens, forests; the rye fields just turning yellow, the emerald streaks of oats, and the furrows of the dark-green, flowering potato.
57. The references to mines, will be found under the names of the several metals; those of fossils, under Fossil, the names of the species, and also Zoology; those of tracks of animals under Footprints; of coal, under Coal; of boulders, under Boulders and Drift; of scratches or furrows, under Scratches.
58. For a long time, it was assumed that the wrinkles were simply the result of the skin swelling in water, but recent investigations have actually shown the furrows to be caused by the blood vessels constricting in reaction to the water, which in turn is a response controlled by the body’s sympathetic nervous system.
59. Before long the elegant furrows created by the plough-boy in his scarlet shirt and grey tunic, the sheep and shepherd on the cliff top, the fisherman, the ruined castle on the rock in the extraordinarily turquoise sea, the square-rigged sailing ships, the distant cities, delicate trees and white mountains had been admired and noted.
60. Fourteen years had changed the worthy merchant, who, in his thirty-sixth year at the opening of this history, was now in his fiftieth; his hair had turned white, time and sorrow had ploughed deep furrows on his brow, and his look, once so firm and penetrating, was now irresolute and wandering, as if he feared being forced to fix his attention on some particular thought or person.
61. And what should I do here gentlemen, pointing out to you the uses of agriculture? Who supplies our wants? Who provides our means of subsistence? Is it not the agriculturist? The agriculturist, gentlemen, who, sowing with laborious hand the fertile furrows of the country, brings forth the corn, which, being ground, is made into a powder by means of ingenious machinery, comes out thence under the name of flour, and from there, transported to our cities, is soon delivered at the baker's, who makes it into food for poor and rich alike.
62. Everything he saw from the carriage window, everything in that cold pure air, in the pale light of the sunset, was as fresh, and gay, and strong as he was himself: the roofs of the houses shining in the rays of the setting sun, the sharp outlines of fences and angles of buildings, the figures of passers-by, the carriages that met him now and then, the motionless green of the trees and grass, the fields with evenly drawn furrows of potatoes, and the slanting shadows that fell from the houses, and trees, and bushes, and even from the rows of potatoes—everything was bright like a pretty landscape just finished and freshly varnished.
63. In fine, it might have answered very well the making a skew of; its enormous head seemed, in hue and size, not unlike a common sheep's heart; then you might have trolled dice securely along the broad back of the body of it; the length of it too was prodigious; then the rich appendage of the treasure-bag beneath, large in proportion, gathered and crisped up round in shallow furrows, helped to fill the eye, and complete the proof of his being a natural, not quite in vain; since it was full manifest that he inherited, and largely too, the prerogative of majesty which distinguishes that otherwise most unfortunate condition, and gave rise to the vulgar saying That a fool's bauble is a lady's playfellow.

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