After a while, radiating bars--vast broadening fan-shaped
shadows--grew up and stretched away to the zenith from behind the mountain.
Between these sickly shrubs grew a scanty supply of garlic, tomatoes, and eschalots; while, lone and solitary, like a forgotten sentinel, a tall pine raised its melancholy head in one of the corners of this unattractive spot, and displayed its flexible stem and fan-shaped
summit dried and cracked by the fierce heat of the sub-tropical sun.
A huge pasture-ground ran up fan-shaped
to the living snow.
When it came they looked across the valley and saw that what had been forest, and terraced field, and track-threaded grazing-ground was one raw, red, fan-shaped
smear, with a few trees flung head-down on the scarp.
Tulliver was speaking to his wife, a blond comely woman in a fan-shaped
cap (I am afraid to think how long it is since fan-shaped
caps were worn, they must be so near coming in again.
RHIPIDATE A Jewelled B Pertaining to the nose C Fan-shaped
who am I?
The Chusan palm (Trachycarpus fortunei) is a lovely thick, hairy-trunked palm with beautiful fan-shaped
A brain structure called the dorsal fan-shaped
body produces more sleepiness in young flies than in older flies, the team found.
Unfortunately, things turned for the worse when the comet's nucleus seemed to begin to dim, instead of brightening further, and subsequently the nucleus began to elongate, showing up as an extended line rather than a point ahead of a fan-shaped
It was so bright and almost a fan-shaped
object, half the size of the moon.
The pectoralis major is a large, fan-shaped
muscle that covers much of the upper part of the front of the chest.
The key cells are found in an area of the fly brain known as the dorsal fan-shaped