Presently he turned sick, and threw up both wine and the gobbets
of human flesh on which he had been gorging, for he was very drunk.
This bottom was littered with great gobbets
of flesh, most of which was in the last state of putridity.
And indeed to watch him dallying with a little gobbet
of bread, or sipping his cup of thrice-watered wine, is enough to make a man feel shame at his own hunger.
Tribune News Service LITERARY agent and provocateur John Brockman has turned popular science into a sort of modern shamanism, packaged non-fiction into gobbets
of smart thinking, made stars of unlikely writers and continues to direct, deepen and contribute to some of the most hotly contested conversations in civic life.
Initially, Ocmo is merely challenging, requiring you to sweep between gobbets
of lethal slime, detaching and snatching at just the right time and place to avoid a messy death, but after only a few of the gloriously detailed levels, the demands begin to skyrocket.
News afterwards, though, that De Bruyne had in fact come close to missing the Bournemouth game with a sickness bug - that caused him to lose nearly half-a-stone in weight - only served to add to the catalogue of extraordinary gobbets
that articulate the incredible story unfolding at the Etihad.
Like a priesthood that restrictively mediates the Word of God and insists on the literal equation of body and bread (Error vomits gobbets
of flesh along with books and papers), Duessa's false letter interjects itself between the true church and the man of faith, thus producing a bifurcation even more invidious than the bifurcation she exemplifies.
Given the all-round nature of his game as passer, dribbler, playmaker, provider of relentless gobbets
of brilliance, perhaps the only real question is not whether he's the best right now, or the best of his era, but whether he's simply the best.
Once again, we see Austen picking away at the received notion that the artistic worth of a novel depends simply on the quantity of overt subject matter that it puts right before us to be consumed, those gobbets
of essayism that lesser writers might anxiously insert in order to underwrite the relevance and intellectual credibility of their main narratives.
It follows the pattern of King's other books in letting the images do most of the talking and also in presenting gobbets
of text, documents, and quotations, montage-style, rather than a continuous narrative.
life Fed by digestion, not raw food itself, No gobbets
but smooth comfortable chyme Secreted from each snapped-up crudity,-- Less distinct, part by part, but in the whole Truer to the subject,--the main central truth And soul o' the picture, would my Judges spy,-- Not those mere fragmentary studied facts.
But SABMiller is not a bloated target like Anheuser-Busch and Modelo, with great gobbets
of fat to be trimmed.