His round, bullet head
, large, light-gray eyes, with their shaggy, sandy eyebrows, and stiff, wiry, sun-burned hair, were rather unprepossessing items, it is to be confessed; his large, coarse mouth was distended with tobacco, the juice of which, from time to time, he ejected from him with great decision and explosive force; his hands were immensely large, hairy, sun-burned, freckled, and very dirty, and garnished with long nails, in a very foul condition.
Shaking his bullet head
and growling angrily, he waddled toward his tribe, looking first at one and then at another of the larger bulls who might be expected to challenge his leadership.
Slowly the bullet head
of the ape was being forced lower and lower upon his chest.
On the threshold of the folding doors that divided bedroom and sitting-room, a well-built man stood in ill-fitting broadcloth, and bowed to us until his bullet head presented an unbroken disk of short red hair.
The bullet head bobbed up, and there was a wrinkled brow above the coarse, shaven face, crimson also, I remember, from the grip of a collar several sizes too small.
The hermit, as if wishing to answer to the confidence of his guest, threw back his cowl, and showed a round bullet head
belonging to a man in the prime of life.
Sweat rolled down his bullet head
and stood upon his heavy jowls and bull neck.
From the outer balcony, a ponderous figure raised a round bullet head
and coughed nervously.
The pugilist's own background presented an elaborate scheme of oak and tiles, with inglenooks green from the joiner, and a china cupboard with leaded panes behind his bullet head
The imbecile face was red, and the bullet head
with close-cropped hair seemed to lie alone, its chin in the dust.
The cache also included an ammunition press, firearms powder, bullet heads
and percussion caps - all components for producing ammunition that could be discharged by the various weapons at his disposal.
Stange has long used Owner Ultra Bullet Heads
in 1/2- and 3/4ounce, but says Kalin's Bullet heads
are more economical, easier to find, and work just as well in freshwater.