And, midway, he dug down through the red volcanic earth that had washed from the disintegrating hill above, until he uncovered quartz, rotten quartz, that broke and crumbled
in his hands and showed to be alive with free gold.
The wood-fire had crumbled
into heavy embers, among which the little flames danced, and quivered, and sported about like fairies.
All markets were glutted; all markets were falling; and amidst the general crumble of prices the price of labor crumbled fastest of all.
The Wall Street* group turned the stock market into a maelstrom where the values of all the land crumbled away almost to nothingness.
Again the ashes slipped and rolled--very, very softly--again--and then again, as though they crumbled
underneath the tread of a stealthy foot.
He is haunted from out the crumbled
palaces of vanished kings, where "in the form of blue flames one sees spirits moving through each dark recess.
We have only the written words of those who have gone before, to show us the cities and the empires that have been, to teach us the reasons why they decayed and crumbled
Divide cherry tomatoes and crumbled
feta equally among pepper halves.
Ingredients 4 figs, cut into thin wedges 490g box Waitrose organic 2 frozen pizza bases with passata 100g dolcelatte, crumbled
' x 90g pack Parma ham (3 slices) or essential Waitrose British wafer thin honey roasted ham Handful of rocket.
The Crumbles are flash frozen and crumbled
using an innovative proprietary technology providing consumers quality ingredients in convenient sizes.
Stir in 3 to 4 tablespoons crumbled
blue cheese and salt and pepper to taste.
Use tempeh crumbled
in mock chicken salad or in place of beef in recipes for Sloppy Joes.