Or else Petersen Sahib will surely catch thee and make thee a wild hunter--a follower of elephant's foot
tracks, a jungle bear.
LIVING SPACES The place for a big showstopping plant, eg, a mature weeping fig, Madagascar dragon tree, or elephant's foot
The so called Elephant's Foot
is a solid mass made of melted nuclear fuel mixed with lots and lots of concrete, sand, and core sealing material that the fuel had melted through.
AFRIEND of mine in Wales recently contacted me to congratulate me about the publication of my poetry collection The Elephant's Foot
pad of an elephant's foot
when we came out from the lacquered
These powers have trampled the Syrian opposition like worms beneath an elephant's foot
, and the world is merely expected to laud and applaud this crime.
Roscommon, Ireland Hi Mary, Ponytail palm, Beaucarnea recurvata, is also sometimes known as elephant's foot
because of the look of its swollen trunk base in which it retains water.
Spiny-tailed lizards scamper over the bulbous roots of 1,000-year-old elephant's foot
plants, seeking shelter from an oncoming storm.
Also elephant's foot
waste paper baskets - estimate PS300/PS400 each - and a mummified hand.
SCORCHED: Elephant's foot
plants and, right, locals in a market in the central highlands of Madagascar where it is fashionable for men to wear a blanket over their shoulder
In the present study, large numbers of commonly found bacteria were isolated from elephant's foot
affected with pododermatitis.
My foot looked like an elephant's foot
and I couldn't do any sport.